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Component Unloading in MTS

Component Unloading in MTS

Component Unloading in MTS

Hello Guys,

I have registered a component in MTS..
After 5-6 days, My server hangs due to excessive memory usage by the DLLHOSt.exe. I analysed the component in MTS and discovered that the component is never unloaded from MTS and still shows running.

My component acts as a data provider. I have initiazed the connection object in the class initialize event and closed it in the class terminate event.

I have set all my object references to nothing when they are not reqd.

Why is my COM+ component not unloaded after it is idle..?

Please Help

Thanx a lot in advance


RE: Component Unloading in MTS

dear Purav
i don't knwo how u strutur ur object but by seeing ur things it seems that u r doing code in the initialize and terminat events of the MTS object which r not the feasible thing to do...what i usually do is to call MTS object from Front-End with an interface and doing that object nothing just below that interface call..it works fine for me..

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