From: Lori Wong (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 25 2003 - 11:28:14 PST
Thanks! That did it.
At 10:32 AM 3/25/2003, Jeff Beal wrote:
>The Java Runtime Environment has an internal limit on how much memory it
>will attempt to take from your OS. You need to edit the shell script or
>batch file that came with XEP to increase this limit. For JRE's from Sun,
>you set it using the -Xmx flag after the call to Java. In my "run.bat"
>file, I added -Xmx1000000000 (the number is the maximum size in bytes)
>immediately following the java.exe. XEP doesn't actually need this much
>memory, even for processing 26MB FO files, but the JRE still only takes the
>memory it needs.
>From: Lori Wong [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 11:41 AM
>Subject: [xep-support] Out of memory error
>I am attempting to render a fairly large document (on the order of 1Mb)
>into PDF and am getting an error message from XEP (or perhaps java):
>Exception in thread "main" java.lang.OutOfMemoryError
> <<no stack trace available>>
>Is this due to the large file size? I processed a document about half that
>size and it rendered fine. BTW, this is the largest file I've attempted to
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