SPR# PRUN658HGV - Fixed some memory leaks associated with running applets in
Notes. Also enabled redirecting heap dump output (on the client only) to a
file via the following Notes.ini variables: Check_For_Java_Heapdumps - if
non-zero, checks for heapdumps, and deals with writing its output to a file.
If zero works as it used to with all output going to the Notes debug
HEAP_DUMP_FILE_NAME - if CHECK_FOR_JAVA_HEAPDUMPS is set, this specifies the
file the output should be written to. If not specified, the default is
c:\tmp\heapdump%d.txt. If %d appears in the name, then the code replaces the
%d with a number and checks to see if a file with that name/number exists. If
it does, it increments the number and tries again until a new file is created.
If %d does not appear, then the file is opened and appended to each time.
*Please note: In V7, the Notes.ini variables above will become obsolete when
we upgrade to a JVM that supports saving the HeapDump output properly.
Check_For_Java_Heapdumps=0 / 1
Lotus Notes/Domino 6.5.5