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2) The Java Memory Management parameters must be set to be quite large on the services service to allow a large file to be processed. Expect to provide at least around 25x the size of the file as RAM and sightly less for the ADSS-Services service JVM. Ensure that proper Java heap size is configured for both a Java based business application and also for ADSS Server (only when the whole file is sent to the ADSS Server). To change the heap sizes for the ADSS Server Click Here. The JVM size for the business application can be changed in a similar way. Normally the ADSS Services JVM memory should be ~4 GB for a 100 MB file.  For a 200MB file allow 5-6GB, for 500MB allow 12GB, for 700MB allow 16GB, for 1GB allow 24GB.  To process multiple files at once allow more memory.
If the business application is still failing after increasing the JVM size, check the errors/exceptions generated inside the Java business application and ADSS Server ( for logs check: ADSS Server Installation/ logs/service/signing) and if an OutofMemory exception is shown then increase the value for the -JvmMx parameter, providing more physical RAM as needed.

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