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Memory error while executing a report

Memory error while executing a report

Memory error while executing a report

I have a report which was running fine.But now from last few days all of a sudden,the execution fails and error message is returned as follows:

(QueryEngine encountered error: Unknown failed. Unable to connect. Error type: System call error. Error communicating with connection process. No memory to be contracted. Contract request rejected..Error in Process method of Component: QueryEngineServer, Project 0, Job 4838, Error Code= -2147212544.)

Do any one of you experienced this type of error? if so any solution to resolve it?


RE: Memory error while executing a report

if you reduce the size of the data to say one row, does the report come back?

RE: Memory error while executing a report

Did you ever get this resolved?  I'm having the same problem.

RE: Memory error while executing a report


there were too many attributes in the report.Many of the attributes were in the Report Objects Window but were not in the template.So I removed these attributes from the report.Also I used report filter instead of view filters.These changes reduced the amount of data returned by the report.After this I am able to run the report with out any problem.


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