Dispose refers to the cleaning up of resources used by an object during its lifetime. The .NET Framework is a garbage-collected runtime, which means this happens automatically, however SharePoint has a habit of maintaining its unmanaged resources, which may result in high memory usage if disposal is ...
In one of my SharePoint apps, I am getting this warning & stacktrace over and over (with different GUIDS): since it's only one of my apps, I assume there's something in my project's code, but ...
I found many 8l1n warnings of undisposed objects in the SharePoint ULS logs. The interesting thing is that the entire stack trace does not show anything in my code. I am not sure what to look for in ...
After reading some answers/comments on Disposal of SPWebs retrieved from SPContext.Current.Site.AllWebs, I opened up Reflector to dig deeper into the SPSite and SPWeb classes. I ran into a surprise, ...
As there was a minor disagreement on whether SPWebs retrieved from SPContext.Current.Site.AllWebs should be disposed, I thought it would be appropriate to post a new question and discuss it here. I ...