At the moment we are using wM6.5 (32-bit) on Java 1.4.2. The whole thing works more or less fine but because of memory limitations on the 1.4.2 version of java (it can’t handle more than 1.5GB of Ram per instance :crazy:) we have been in a war on memory usage by interfaces, especially that the upgrade to wM8 is going extremely slow at the moment :yawn:.
I have noticed that we have a lot of grayed-out lines in many of our interfaces in production :eek: and since Flow services are interpreted and at the bottom line converted to java code, I am wondering if the gray lines of code in Flow are actually interpreted but not executed . If this is the case deleting the disabled lines might reduce memory requirements for many interface :rolleyes:.
I have 2 question and I appreciate your help answering them:
1- Do the disabled (i.e. greyed-out) lines in Flow get interpreted by wM or are they truly ignored?
2- In terms of process, does it matter if a line is greyed-out or deleted? In other words, what would I risk if I delete these disabled lines of code? :uhoh: