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Sydney IT Consultant - Paul Rowland


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answered Is there a difference between a Sharepoint Hosted App and a Cloud Hosted App?
Feb
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Dec
18
comment Memory leak in Microsoft.Sharepoint.Taxonomy.TaxonomyItemEventReceivers?
how can you use SPDisposeCheck against code written by Microsoft?
Dec
18
comment Memory leak in Microsoft.Sharepoint.Taxonomy.TaxonomyItemEventReceivers?
@Nicholas - Did you get a fix for this? I've got the same problem sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/84726/…
Dec
18
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Dec
18
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Dec
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comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
started from zero and reproduced the log message with no custom code...
Dec
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Dec
16
comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
@Max.... there is no ItemUpdating event... I commented it out. When the class was there the EventFiringEnabled flag was already being set to false at the top and true at the bottom. Am I misunderstanding you? I've been commenting out whole sections of code in an effort to narrow down the issue. I appreciate your time on this, could you update your answer with an example.
Dec
16
comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
Do you mean in the SPItemEventReceiver class? I'm using ItemAdded and ItemUpdating in the eventreceiver class and was already setting EventFiringEnabled to false/true. For the purpose of tracking this down, I've commented out the whole class.... still getting the error in the log though.
Dec
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comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
@Remko - that may well be true, especially as they didn't fix what I was trying to fix... (they are not in my initial UpdateListItem sample code) if you look at the two links immediately above at furuknap.net and solutionizing.net, they appear to try something similar. it still leaves me with an sprequest object not disposed error in the logs
Dec
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Dec
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comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
@ali Sharepoint - I've added the code example as requested
Dec
13
comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
"Max Melcher" says 3600 per hour would be the threshold and @ppatalong says 100 per hour would be the threshold... My estimate is it will probably occur something a little above 100 per hour....
Dec
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Dec
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comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
unfortunately it is a core piece of 'my' solution.... but what would you call 'frequently'... 100 times per day? 100 times per hour?
Dec
10
comment An SPRequest object was not disposed - determine where this object was allocated
Which code do you want to see? The ItemAdded event code is complete up to the point the error appears in the log... Are you suggesting its possible SPDisposeCheck doesnt find instances of not disposing spweb/spsite object?
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