QCTXDMON

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Hello guys,

I got some problems in one of our partition. When we try to generate a pdf and then send it using the command SNDDST.

The program generates a label to be printed out in PDF format (we send it by email to the end user).

When the PDF contains around 5-10 labels the program works fine.

However, when the PDF contains around 15-20 labels, the program begins to consume a lot of memory (900%), and the program QCTXDMON also consume a lot of memory..

Is there any parameter to increase the size of the PDF to be generated?

how to get it over?

regards

tomek



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Check out the Redbook on creating PDF.. You may want to start looking at page 103..A lot can depend on the number of font being used in the PDF as each font increases file size as well. 

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  • Subhendu Sen

    In general, the wrapper will use memory storage to process pages in a document. When dealing with a large number of pages, it can cause an out of memory condition. This causes either to use memory storage/ hard disk storage to process pages in a document.

    For more help, please check here, https://search400.techtarget.com/tutorial/Printing-from-the-iSeries

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  • TheRealRaven
    ...the program begins to consume a lot of memory (900%)...

    Can you clarify what that means? "(900%)" of what?

    And is that a problem? What happens that makes it any trouble? What exactly needs to be solved?

    In general, memory usage on IBM i isn't a big concern.
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