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Data Limit in Application Scope of a web App.

Rajesh Kumar Swain
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Hi,

I want to put data in application scope in hashmap form. The count would be 50 hashmaps having 500 key-value pairs in each and planning to run JVM via 1.4 GB . Is there any limitation for this scenario. If anyone can help me out.
Piotr Uryga
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Is this a question concerning SCEA assignment ?
If so I think that You're digging too deep, but I can be wrong (I'm in progress with my assignment).


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Rajesh Kumar Swain
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Yes I need to know the answer.
Ricardo Ferreira
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First:

This is not a SCEA assignment question. And if so, this is not the right place to post this kind of question. Try to catch this anwser in some java programmer forum.

Second:

At this forumm, we use the words 'please', 'can you', 'thanks', 'could you please'. This is education! Regardless this forum, you should use that terms at anywhere. Do not impose some kind of answer here, anyone here MUST answer your question.

Thirdy:

This kind of question must have proof of concepts. So, don't ask, try it!

regards,


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Gabriel Claramunt
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Originally posted by Rajesh Kumar Swain:
Hi,

I want to put data in application scope in hashmap form. The count would be 50 hashmaps having 500 key-value pairs in each and planning to run JVM via 1.4 GB . Is there any limitation for this scenario. If anyone can help me out.

Why you don't just try it?
Just create the hashs and populate them, then monitor memory usage with a profiler... at least you'll have something to work on!

BTW, I agree that this doesn't have to do with SCEA


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Andrew Monkhouse
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Agreed - moving this to Java In General (Intermediate) forum.

It might have been a question for the Advanced forum, or a question for the Performance forum, but it appears the original poster has not tried to help themselves, so the question does not have enough context for either of those forums.

Regards, Andrew


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