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    Messages in JDE.LOG (CAC0001025, JDB4100005)

    Hi List,

    Has any one of you see following errors in JDE.LOG? I am currently researching the issues and can use help. I searched the list but not getting any hits.

    2484/2124 MAIN_THREAD Tue Jan 17 10:22:18.900010 jdecache.c1502
    CAC0001025 - Application code leaked 1 caches which were detected when freeing environment DV900 (EnvHandle 027E5268) for user PANCH. Please refer to the debug log for details. If there are not enough details in the debug log to determine the cause, set Output=FILE in the [DEBUG] section of the JDE.INI and watch for this error message again. Or, set logCacheLeaksAtSignoff=TRUE in the [DEBUG] section of the JDE.INI and look for CAC0001036 error messages. This message (CAC0001025) will only appear with debug tools code or when debug logging is turned on.

    2484/2124 MAIN_THREAD Tue Jan 17 10:22:18.904018 Jdb_ctl.c1810
    JDB4100005 - Application code leaked 67 data pointers which were detected when freeing environment DV900 (EnvHandle 027E5268) for user PANCH. Please refer to the debug log for details. If there are not enough details in the debug log to determine the cause, set DataPointerTracing=1 and Output=FILE in the [DEBUG] section of the JDE.INI and watch for this error message again. Or, set logDPLeaksAtSignoff=TRUE in the [DEBUG] section of the JDE.INI and look for JDB4100006 error messages. This message (JDB4100005) will only appear with debug tools code or when debug logging is turned on.


    Thanks,
    Pardha


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    Re: Messages in JDE.LOG (CAC0001025, JDB4100005)

    hi, if you search oracle support for the exact phrase "Application code leaked", you'll find 4 documents (2x caches, 2x data pointers). maybe they'll be of some help in identifying the cause.
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    Re: Messages in JDE.LOG (CAC0001025, JDB4100005)

    appreciate the help.

    thanks,
    pardha

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    Re: Messages in JDE.LOG (CAC0001025, JDB4100005)

    Pardha,
    Is it happening for only that user or for any?. Your log description also tell you what you need to do. Why dont you turn the log ON and check why you get this error OR atleast you would get more info on the cause of the error.

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    Hi Chan,

    I am also facing this error but only for specific user. I am able to run it fine.

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