Minidump?

Author: gianni.sandigliano@unifacesolutions.com (gianni)

Hi, we have somehow "integrated" a Uniface Anywhere session with a Uniface C/S session; the user is starting with C/S then when choosing from the menu some specific functionalities he/she starts to work with an automatically started UAnywhere session. This integration is working since about 10 days... Yesterday late morning we started to find new files in the UAnywhere client working directory; they have name: (something)_minidump_default_pid_6600_tid_x282C_(yyyy)_(M)_(dd)_(HH)_(nn)_0.dmp These minidump files are binaries and have variable size between 150kB and 1500kB. I/we are supposizing they are generated from UAnywhere but being binaries their content is difficult to be humanly recognized. Questions: - Are they really originated from UAnywhere like we are supposing? - If YES, where we can find more documentation about them? - How to identify their contents? - How to avoid their generation? Thanks for any more info on this subject... Gianni

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  1. gianni said Hi, we have somehow "integrated" a Uniface Anywhere session with a Uniface C/S session; the user is starting with C/S then when choosing from the menu some specific functionalities he/she starts to work with an automatically started UAnywhere session. This integration is working since about 10 days... Yesterday late morning we started to find new files in the UAnywhere client working directory; they have name: (something)_minidump_default_pid_6600_tid_x282C_(yyyy)_(M)_(dd)_(HH)_(nn)_0.dmp These minidump files are binaries and have variable size between 150kB and 1500kB. ... Gianni  

    It did not happen anymore... We installed final licenses and refined UA configuration to support our needs. I am still interested to know if those minidump files were generated from UAnywhere. Gianni


    Author: gianni (gianni.sandigliano@unifacesolutions.com)