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Visual Basic with CaliberRM COM SDK - JVM heap size error

Visual Basic with CaliberRM COM SDK - JVM heap size error

Problem:

Visual Basic with CaliberRM COM SDK - JVM heap size error

Resolution:

Product: CaliberRM 2005 and above

Problem: How to increase the JVM heap size in the Visual Basic code in order to pull a massive projects/requirements from the CaliberRM server.

The SDK documentation suggest that, the user can increase the JVM size in the VB code:

....

objStJavaVMInfo.Options = "-Xmx1000M"

...

Solution:

When the user try to increase the JVM heap size according to the documentation,

....

objStJavaVMInfo.Options = "-Xmx1000M"

...

Then the VB SDK applicatiom fails while starting up and it fails with below pop up error message:

In message box "JNI_GetDefaultJavaVMInitArgs error"

This is a documentation error, the correct usage of to increase the JVM heap to remove the "-" from the objStJavaVMInfo.Options call. That is, after a change it should like a below:

....

objStJavaVMInfo.Options = "Xmx1000M"

...

Then the error message would go away and the JVM initialized with a given heap size.

Old KB# 15947

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