My client is currently using “NetAvantage 2004 Volume 3” for an application, on visual Studio 2003. We decided to use .NET Memory profiler in order to discover memory leaks on this application. We solved some problems but I have a memory leak with “SubObjectPropChangeEventHandler” and “LinkedAppearance”.
The application uses a main form with MDI. On the form we change the appearance of an “ultrabutton” frequently. Thanks to internal investigations we discovered that if the ultrabutton.Appearance is set more than 1 time, there is a memory leak on “SubObjectPropChangeEventHandler” and “LinkedAppearance”.
Can you help me to fix that problem?
Here the root path
Here is the sequence of the tracking of a memory leak:
That version of NetAdvantage is almost 5 years old. So if there is a memory leak in it, the best you could do is to update to the latest service release for that version and see if it was fixed. If not, you would need to update to the latest version of NetAdvantage.