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Exporting data by displaytag java heap space  RSS feed

 
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Hi,

Sorry for my english here...

Im have a problem with the export by displaytag when the quantity is very big like 300000 lines, the web applications bring me: "java heap space"...

Somebody alred had this problem?

In fact to show in the displaytag I did pagination with ajax and that´s all rights, but when go export....

What is the alternative?

The context is: A application web run in a server línux and this machine access database in other server(windows) with the sql server.

I tryed use comand to export direct from the database, but i had problems with login and password(for linkedserver in sqlserver and to network) to execute the commands.

In Brazilian foruns I cant a answer yet...

Thank you all,

 
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Hi Jardel and welcome to Javaranch!

I'm really not sure what the 'export' does, does it create a PDF or something?
 
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Hi Martijn Verburg! tks for welcome.

yes, the export have options to pdf, csv, excel

 
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