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editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

pzorrilla
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editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

Hello gurus!!

I'm having an issue with one of my implementations in the Arbortext Editor, as you might see, I'm receiving the message from the image I'm attaching, does anybody know how  to manage virtual memory space in the editor? Is that possible?

In advance I appreciate your time and help.

Paulette Z. docguru1.gif

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Re: editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

I've fought this one a few times, there's a few things that can be tried.

The biggest one is using a 64-bit installation of Arbortext, helps with this issue a lot.

The next immediate step is setting some ACL in the custom\init directory:

if (!java_init()) {

set javavmmemory=768

}

In a distributed environment, you'll have to pick a JVM memory setting that works with your lowest common denominator PC.  I started hitting this error when we moved to using SVG images in our XML documents, the batik library was choking on them.  The jvm memory setting helped move forward, but testing the 64-bit Editor eliminated the issue without needing the jvm setting.

Re: editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

Jason!

Thank you so much. I'll try it and see what happens. In advance I appreciate your help.

I'll let you know how it works also

Paulette

Re: editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

Note, if you are using 64-bit installation, then you may use values larger than 768.

768 was am optimal setting used in 32-bit installations.

Re: editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

Paulette,

    Did the solution resolve your issue?

Please let the community know by marking the Correct Answer, or if you resolved it on your own, then how did you resolve it?

Re: editor.exe "Out of virtual memory space"

Hello Tim,

I think my problem requires another solution, more related with my implementation, I have a java library which I'm using to navigate through XML documents and for every section I found inside a book, I change the content using my java functions, then I cut the section element from my opened document in Arbortext Editor and I paste the content I get from my jar's functions; I make this for books that can contain hundreds of sections, so I'm thinking that maybe copying and pasting all that information is causing the issue.

Thank you!

Paulette

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