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From "Savino, Matt C" <Matt.C.Sav...@questdiagnostics.com>
Subject RE: OutOfMemory - What worked for me.
Date Thu, 02 May 2002 16:04:04 GMT
This is great if you have logical page breaks. Only one of our reports has
any logical page breaks however. So I can insert new page-sequences every
1000 rows or so. But unless I start counting rows and trying to guess at
when a cell wraps, I have no way of preventing page breaks that leave
awkward-looking partially filled pages.

Matt Savino

> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Bourke [mailto:john.bourke@Cedar.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:24 AM
> To: Fop Users (E-mail)
> Subject: OutOfMemory - What worked for me.
> Hi guys,
> I had been having the memory issue over the last number of 
> days. My fix that
> has worked and probably been posted before was to split up 
> the pages of my
> file using a correct implementation of page sequences. 
> Previously I had been
> pumping all data into one page sequence and breaking it using 
> page breaks
> but FOP simply kept loading this into memory until eventually 
> it ran out.
> Now I just load a page sequence at a time and this allows the garbage
> collector to run once all available memory has been allocated 
> and thus free
> up memory used by earlier pages. As long as there is enough 
> memory for a
> single page you shouldn't need much more as the collector can 
> free this once
> the page has been rendered.
> John
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