We are running Business Objects reports through a VB interface.
If the user opens several BO reports through the interface and
then exits BO/VB, they get Out of Memory errors if they try to open
other apps (Word comes to mind)
We think VB or BO is not releasing memory when closed. How can we
indentify this for sure and how can we be sure that everything gets released as the custom interface to BO closes?
are you going through each BO report and setting them to "nothing" in the unload event. Many times not setting objects or controls to nothing when unloading a form will cause the program not to release
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