Out of Memory error using a WSC component in ASP page on IIS 5 on W2k Citrix server

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by Tom Loder, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Tom Loder

    Tom Loder Guest

    Can anybody shed any light on this issue ??? Or even ways of temporaily
    getting around it ???

    FISH is an ASP application which uses a WSC object called "finapps.fishapp"
    to handle the requests to the database. The WSC is created in the GLOBAL.ASA
    as a Session object using the following line:

    <OBJECT RUNAT=Server SCOPE=Session ID=fish
    ClassID="{32f74dc1-40f8-4db3-98a7-000200040013}"> </OBJECT>

    The finapps.fishapp object creates an "ADODB.Connection" object that is held
    open while the session is running, and the Session_OnEnd event should call a
    method of that object that closes the connections

    The website falls over only when there has been a period of inactivity
    greater than the length of the session timeout, and also after there has
    been a significant amount of traffic prior to this!

    The problem we have only occurs for one of our clients, but occurs seemingly
    randomly on all 4 of their servers. The returned results of the error are as
    follows:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Active Server Pages error '8002802b'

    Create object failed
    ?

    An error occurred while creating object 'fish'.
    Microsoft VBScript runtime error '800a0007'

    Out of memory: 'fish'
    //global.asa, line 36
    ------------------------------------------------
    Tom Loder, Mar 9, 2005
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