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How to Increase Java memory for OracleBI 11g

Rizvi Kareem
Rizvi Kareem Member Posts: 4

How to Increase Java memory for OracleBI 11g. Current server memory is 6gb and need to allocate more memory to the java since OBIEE server hanging frequently.

in which file i have to configure it.

BI Config

Activation Time: 7/16/14 10:51:27 AM GMT+06:00
WebLogic Version : WebLogic Server 10.3.5.0 Fri Apr 1 20:20:06 PDT 2011 1398638
Java Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
Java Version: 1.6.0_29
OS Name
: Windows 2003
OS Version: 5.2
JACC Enabled: false

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  • KKT
    KKT Member Posts: 1,134 Silver Trophy

    This may be due to number of records your reports have.

    Default behaviour of OBIEE to display 256 records in prompt for USER INPUT : Choice List. Then you click it will bring 256 more. If your data set is constrained with other columns or column itself comes from huge table it will load for endless time.

    If you need to do this, edit the instanceconfig.xml file.  This file is located at …

    [$FMW_HOME]/instances/instance1/config/OracleBIPresentationServicesComponent/coreapplication_obips1

    Add the MaxDropDownValues parameter to the file.  If you do not already have a Prompts section, add it, and then add MaxDropDownValues between the Prompts tags.  And make sure that all this is between the ServerInstancetags which will already be there in the file.

    Your config file will look something like this …

    <ServerInstance>

        <Prompts>

            <MaxDropDownValues>1000</MaxDropDownValues>

        </Prompts>

    </ServerInstance>

    Change this setting and see.

    Thanks,

    ~KKT~

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