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Machine slow when running JDeveloper

Machine slow when running JDeveloper

Machine slow when running JDeveloper

We deal in financial solutions for stock exchanges mainly the database management aspect. We have been developing front ends(Oracle Forms) as well as back ends(PL/SQL) in oracle. We are hoping to move to J developer for building our front ends.

The problem we are facing now is that when running J developer (without any other application in use), the memory consumption is high and as a result, the machine becomes slow and any work becomes impossible. Our machines at the moment have 512MB memory.

We would like to know whether it is practical to use J Developer for building front ends
in a large system. Or if anybody has faced this situation before, is there a workaround?
Thanking in advance,

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