From: Jim Melton (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 25 2003 - 11:42:19 PST
I have successfully rendered an XML FO file (x.fo) into PDF even when that
XSL FO file is over 13MB in size. (The resulting PDF was 11MB). Thus,
size alone isn't the problem. In my case, I had to increase my Windows
2000 virtual memory to over 2GB to do the XSLT transformation from XML into
XSL FO, but it nonetheless rendered just fine.
Sorry I can't help with your problem,
At 08:40 2003-03-25 -0800 Tuesday, Lori Wong wrote:
>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 render.
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