If you are using the Java Plug-in with your browser (assuming you're
using this through a browser), go to the "Java Plug-in Control Panel"
(on my windows machine, "Start->Console->Java PlugIn"), and in the
space for "Java Runtime Parameters" enter something like: '-Xmx256m'
(without the ' marks). That is supposed to do it.
If you're not using the Java Plug-in, I have no idea...
On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Helen Yi wrote:
> I wrote an applet using visad tool kits. But I encounter a
> java.lang.OutofMemoryError when running the applet ?
> As you know, we could do
> java -Xmx<size>
> to set the maximum java heap size. Is there similar thing to do when
> running an applet?
> Thanks for your help.
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