From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 24 2003 - 00:58:56 PST
Your objective is achievable with XEP. For example, formatting of XSL
FO specification (400+ pages) requires about 120Mb of Java heap, so
for 1400 pages you will need something about 512Mb of Java heap available.
Try to turn off validation (using switch -Dcom.renderx.xep.VALIDATION=false)
to speed up processing and reduce memory consumption. In general the
most "memory hungry" objects are tables (especially nested ones) so
it's better to avoid them as much as possible if you care about performance.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
MPsf> I'd need to render a PDF document of about 1400 pages (source xml would be
MPsf> around 50MB ). Can XEP do that easily? Any estimates of the amount of
MPsf> memory needed? What are the main factors affecting the memory usage of the
MPsf> rendering process?
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