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Remember to commit your BDBWorker!

By Jeff Kuo

If you are develop Java programs accessing the Java API of Ragic. I'm sure you've heard us reminding you that you must use this construct to make sure that the worker is certainly committed and closed after any operation.

BDBWorker worker=new BDBWorker(xxx);try{

...

...

}

finally{

worker.commit();

}

This is just another reminder, please remember to do so! Failing to do so will cause memory leak each time the worker is not committed and eventually your Ragic private server will run out of memory!

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