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Heap space out of memory error in pdffax generation program

 
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Hi all,
I am very happy for joining this forum,through which i can learn alot and help others.
Problem is i am getting
1. heap space out of memory error in AcrobatFaxProducer program using rfax.
2.And one more i am not getting good format of fax by using AcrobatFaxProducer or HtmlFaxProducer,if u know faxing,could u please tell me the right way of faxing.
3.Can we give html file or jsp file directly as input to this producers.
 
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Are you running this from within a servlet?
 
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Yes, I am executing faxproducer code in servlet.
 
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It may be that the tools/libs you are using reqire more heap space than what your container is configured to use.

Changing the heap setting can be different for each container.
Tell us which you're using (+ OS and how you're starting your conatiner) and I'll move this thread to the proper forum for you.
 
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I am using
1.windowsxp professional 2002
2.By starting tomcat service,i am starting container
 
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OK,
I'll move this thread to the Tomcat forum for you.
 
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When you install it as a service, the heap size settings are stored in the registry. There is a gui app for changing these settings.
Start -> Program Files -> Apache Tomcat -> Configure Tomcat.

The memory settings are under the JVM tab
 
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