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dump time_out in CL_WDR_CLIENT_COMPONENT during starting a wd program

Hi,

has anyone experience with this problem:

Trying to start a wd program it dumped with:

"TIME_OUT" " "

"????????????????????????????????????????" bzw.

"CL_WDR_CLIENT_COMPONENT=======CM001"

The wd program runs over 1 year without any problem.

Before the problem occured there was an import of a new, well tested version and after that it runs 3 hours without any problem.

The problem was solved by rebooting the complete SAP system.

Now there is a discussion between the developer (me) and the administration about the reason for the problem, the responsibility and how to avoid future problems.

Thank you

Johann Gruenwald

Details of dump ST22:

" "

61 * Get component factory

62 l_gen_class_name = me->component_info->gen_class_name.

63 * try.

>>>>> call method (l_gen_class_name)=>if_wdr_classloader~create_instance

65 receiving

66 component_instance = me->component_factory.

67

68 * catch cx_root into root_excp.

69 * raise exception type cx_wdr_rt_exception

70 * exporting

71 * textid = cx_wdr_rt_exception=>classloader_not_instantiated

72 * previous = root_excp

73 * msgv1 = l_gen_class_name.

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 11:04 AM

    Hi,

    Before the problem occured there was an import of a new, well tested version and after that it runs 3 hours without any problem.

    it is hard to say where it is going wrong. It can be very well that numerous objects being created and never garbage collected.

    Use memory inspector, runtime analysis , performance analysis to trouble shoot.

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