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Charts using a lot of memory and not releasing it

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113977 Oct 21,2013 05:39 AM Oct 22,2013 06:19 AM WPF 2
Tags: Chart
Bruno Calzetta
Asked On October 21, 2013 05:39 AM

We are using 2 charts at the same time (pie and bar) and both are bound to the same collection.
When the collection get's updated (is not an observable collection), the property is firing and the charts are showing correctly. The problem is that the memory grows about 1 or 3MB every time and it never gets released. We have users using the app for a long time and their machine is crashing with out of memory.
As soon as I remove the charts the app goes back to normal. Te problem is that the updates that are being displayed can change a lot in a few seconds, and we need to display it real time.
If I try the example apps I get the same memory usage... there's anyway to free up the memory when changing the datasource? We are using 9.4
It's quite urgent, any help will be much appreciated.

Bruno Calzetta
Replied On October 21, 2013 08:21 AM

we found the problem to be located in this part, any advices?
                            <syncfusion:ChartAdornmentInfo LabelContentPath="DataPoint" Visible="True" HorizontalAlignment="Left"  
   SegmentShowLine="False" SegmentHorizontalAlignment="Right" 
   LabelTemplate="{StaticResource BarsLabelsTemplate}" SegmentLabelFontFamily="Verdana" SegmentLabelFontSize="10" />

Sheik Syed Abthaheer M [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 22, 2013 06:19 AM

Hi Bruno,

Thanks for using Syncfusion Products.

We have analyzed your query and your reported memory leak issue has been fixed in our latest releases. So, please upgrade our latest version

Please let us know if you need any further assistance.

M. Sheik


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