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increasing total memory-using netbeans 4.1

 
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Hello,
I use Netbeans IDE 4.1 and run a Java program using it. I started the Profiler that I downloaded for Netbeans 4.1, and using it I found that the Total Memory is only 43,233,280 Bytes. When I normally run the program without profiling, I get an Out of Memory Error, which does not occur when I profile the program.
How can I increase this Total amount of Memory-from 43,233,280 Bytes to atleast 128 MB?

Kindly guide me further. Thanks in advance

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Aparna
 
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If i remember correctly, and assuming you're using Windows, there is a configuration file located in:
"Program Files"\netbeansx.x\etc\netbeans.conf

You should be able to adjust memory settings from there.
 
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