I have a xml file that contains about 5 images and the xml file is 824KB. When I publish to HTML from arbortext styler I am get "<level>FATAL ERROR</level><message>Java has run out of memory. Please use the "set javavmmemory" ACL command to increase the maximum size of the Java memory allocation pool.</message>"
I usually set javavmmemory by creating an ACL file (simply a text file with the extension ".acl") and store it in the init folder in the custom folder. We always run Editor using a "custom" custom folder ... meaning NOT the one in the Editor install directory. So, for example, the custom folder might be located here:
We start Editor using a DOS batch file (although we do create shortcuts pointing to those batch files). It sets an Arbortext environment variable that will point to that custom folder. For example, one line of that batch file will be:
The "init" folder I referred to lives Inside the .../environment1 folder and contains .acl files that will be run as Editor launches the first time. (There is also an "editinit" subfolder that contains .acl files that will be run as a document is opened. javavmmemory, though, as to be set from init.)
So, I create an ACL for each set (or other) command so I can see just by looking at the file names in that folder what I am doing. Others prefer a single file with all the settings. This is a programmer style thing. Do what you prefer. Anyhow, my file will be named:
It will contain the following comments and command: