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File size creating memory problems

File size creating memory problems

File size creating memory problems

(OP)
I've run into a big problem with passing big files (100Mb or more) into BizTalk.  Does anyone know what the max file size is before BizTalk shuts down the system because of memory usage?  Thanks!

RE: File size creating memory problems

You should read some blogs about large messages in BizTalk. Heres one you should read

http://blogs.msdn.com/biztalkperformance/default.aspx

And especially look at this one:

http://blogs.msdn.com/biztalk_core_engine/archive/2005/02/28/381700.aspx

Just some guidelines to think about when talking BizTalk and large Messages:
- dont use Mappings (The whole Document will be loaded into Memory and causes your BIzTalk to go OOM)
- in custom Components always use streaming technology (Dont use the XmlDocument class, makes your BizTalk go OOM)
 Hope that helps a bit!

Stephan
 

RE: File size creating memory problems

(OP)
Thank you!  I'll check it out.

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