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  1. I have very interesting problem with SQL server and it has probably nothing to do with uniGUI. Actually, I am sure it has nothing to do with uniGUI whatsoever. I just hope someone here can shed some light into this. Our software is fairly large and both uniGUI standalone application and SQL server consume quite a lot of memory. When SQL server uses 4096Mb memory, which is most it can use, our software crashes. Only thing that is certain at this point is that when SQL Server uses maximum amount of memory, soon after our application will crash. As SQL server memory usage inevitably increases in time, application crash at some point is certain. I'm pretty sure SQL server isn't behaving badly in anyway. It has something to do with my code, FireDAC and uniGUI in combination. We currently still use SQL Server 2014 Express edition which is not ideal but that's what we got now. Also, upgrading database software would not be a real solution anyway even if it could alleviate this problem in short term because SQL server is most likely not the source of this problem. Software we are using: Delphi XE5 Architect uniGUI Pro Plus 1.0.0.1410 SQL server 2014 Express edition If anyone here has even a clue where to start looking, I'd be very greatful. // Mika
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