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check out http://bexhuff.com/2012/09/jdeveloper-memory-and-performance
I tried your steps and it still doesnt work with same complain of OutOfMemoryError even when I set
ide.conf values to 1024M
jdev.conf values -Xmx and MaxPermSize to 1024M and the other options related to Strings were also set.
How do I learn to read the dump file ?
This is happening after I added a large number of jar files to ADF library to my model project.
Any workarounds ?
Well, you can try to load some of your jar onto the wls as shared library. Then you only need to reference the shared library name and you don't have to put the jars to your project.
Can you tell us why you need >100 jars in one project? Seams a lot to me.
Thanks for your response;
"load some of your jar onto the wls as shared library. Then you only need to reference the shared library name and you don't have to put the jars to your project."
How do we do that in wls in JDev and standalone WLS situation ?
What files do we modify ?
How do we only reference the shared library by name only.
From what we researched, adding jars into JDev the only way to work to allow us to do development in JDev.