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Hellow guys,

I'm currently having this problem where I am executing a query that will load large of records. At first execution, it is successful, but when I
execute again, I am having java heap size out of memory.

I Know I can increase java heap size using command line, but that requires a compiled jar file.
But I am currently on the development process, so how can I increase java heap size in that case?

Im using Elipse as my IDE.

Thanks for any response.
 
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Assuming you are using a Run/Launch configuration within eclipse, there is a pane within this section which allows you to pass VM arguments.
 
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Thanks! it's ok now!
 
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