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What are *.dmp files on Windows ?

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TitleWhat are *.dmp files on Windows ?
URL NameWhat-are-dmp-files-on-Windows
Article Number000186673
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: All supported versions
OS: Windows 2012
Question/Problem Description
What are *.dmp files on Windows ?
Why are there <OE executable>.*.dmp files created on the system ?
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.dmp files are Windows debugging dump files. 
They are created when a process crashes, if the Windows is configured to do so.

To analyse them, use the Windows debugging tools.
If no analysis is required, they can safely be deleted.
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References to Other Documentation:
Microsoft KB article "How to read the small memory dump file that is created by Windows if a crash occurs" (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/315263)
Last Modified Date11/12/2015 5:22 PM
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