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Hi ,
I am calling a web service and getting some data out of it. As the data is very huge, it throws Java Heap Size:Out of memory error.

So i am setting maximum heap size as 100 MB after which it worked properly.

But is there any way to determine maximum heap size depending on the size of the output.?

Is there any calculation available for finding optimal heap size?

Please help me

Thanks,
Madhu
 
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Please don't post the same question in more than one forum.
 
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I am not able to find out the appropraite forum for this question. Sorry
 
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Madhumitha Baskaran wrote:I am not able to find out the appropraite forum for this question. Sorry

Not here. Java in General more likely. Moving thread. It can sit alongside its closed twin.
 
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