Testing memory leaks for Eclipse based Java applications

Memory leaks are the most important area where almost every product breaks. Are you testing memory leaks in Eclipse? What is the tool you are using for this? Want to know more on this? Then attend this session to know about how Progress leveraged the best of all profiling tools to test the memory leaks in RCP applications. This session takes you through steps to make your job easy by integrating your tests and tool, that captures all memory leaks in your Java application that is running on Eclipse.

This is a case study that explains an end to end scenario of finding possible memory leaks and  results will be written into an excel with complete statistics of your regression tests.

 
 

Outline/structure of the Session

This is a case study that explains an end to end scenario of finding possible memory leaks and  results will be written into an excel with complete statistics of your regression tests. Session talks on:

  • Most frequent performance bottlenecks and memory issues with java applications
  • How to trace and debug the memory leaks
  • Case study

Learning Outcome

Following are takeaways:

  • Most frequent performance bottlenecks and memory issues with java applications
  • How to trace and debug the memory leaks
  • Case study

Target Audience

Developers and QA

schedule Submitted 10 months ago

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  • Manoj NP
    By Manoj NP  ~  8 months ago
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    Dear Authors,

     1) Can you please upload the slides?

    2) Is this going to be a demo - are you planning to run through an example? Or is this going to be a talk?

    3)Which tool (for finding memory leaks) are you planning to use? 

    • Naresh Jain
      By Naresh Jain  ~  8 months ago
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      Could you please respond?