I posted something about this a while ago in the old forums here.
Basically, there still seem to be some memory issues that arise when invoking lots of Seam Remoting methods in IE6. I've made a simple test page that invokes a single SFSB method over and over again by invoking the method inside it's own callback function. On my test machine this seems to work until about 30k calls, then IE6 puts up an alert saying
there is not enough memory to complete the operation.
Has anyone else encountered this?
We have a patch that seems to fix this, but it's kind of ugly. Basically we wrap the request and the callback in a separate object and put those in an associative array. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a better way to do this.
Simply deleting the onreadystatechange doesn't seem to work. I'll keep experimenting.