Does marshal_context cause memory leaks?

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I use marshal_context in my clr C++ application to convert String^

String^ message = gcnew String("Test String to Marshal");
marshal_context context;
const char* pch = context.marshal_as<const char*>(message);
/Functions that deal with pch pointer/

The above function is executed every time when data processing.
I create the dump file and find that the space assigned by the marshal_context always exists.
So, am I using it wrong?

Or, should I use it like following?
marshal_context^ context = gcnew marshal_context();
const char* pch = context->marshal_as<const char*>(message);
delete context;

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  1. Roy Li - MSFT 32,731 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor


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