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Report eating memory in viewer [message #896917] Fri, 20 July 2012 12:32 Go to next message
Robert Waltz is currently offline Robert WaltzFriend
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I've created two reports based on a postgresql data source with a simple query as a dataset. The first one accesses and builds a single column of names. These get added as hyperlinks and clicking on them drills through to the second report, which displays a chart for the relavent data for that name.
All of this works fine within Eclipse. When I transfer the reports to the viewer, Birt/report directory, the first report works fine but when I try to drill through to the second report it just spins, "processing report", and if I don't cancel it will eventually eat up a gig of memory and give an "out of memory" exception (with no stack trace).
I've tried lots of stuff - initially I increased Tomcat's memory (hence the 1 gig). I thought that perhaps the parameters (date ranges, etc) for the second report were not coming through properly and changed the data set to be built from a static query - same problem. I've turned logging on in the database and the correct query is coming through.
I figure I'll fire up the debugger and connect to the viewer - I haven't done that before and it seems like a real pain for what should be a simple report config... anyone else have thoughts on next steps?

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Re: Report eating memory in viewer [message #896944 is a reply to message #896917] Fri, 20 July 2012 13:42 Go to previous message
Robert Waltz is currently offline Robert WaltzFriend
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Right after I posted this I restarted tomcat with the new report (the one based on a DataSet with a static Query) and the darn report started working... so it's an issue with the date range parameters not being translated properly to the query... which gives me something to chase down. Sorry to anyone who started thinking about this!
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