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Not able to convert large sized byte array to String

 
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Hi all,

I have written a code to upload file to server. When the files are small (around 3MB), it works great. But when i try to upload files of greater size, around 5MB, I start getting OutOfMemory errors (on local machine) and the file does not get upload when I upload EAR to UAT environment. On UAT environment, I do not get any significant errors in log and a open dialog pop up appears while file is being uploaded, ultimately doing nothing. Below is my code that seems to create problems:



On local, when I debug to line System.out.println("saveFile : " + saveFile); it gives me out of memory error. The problem is that dataBytes is not getting converted to file at file = new String(dataBytes);

Any suggestions would be a great help at this stage. I am working on tight deadline and unfortunately none of the solutions found through googling worked!

Thanks,
Kinnaree
 
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Does this help?
 
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Hi Swastik,

Not really. We are still using jdk1.4
 
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May be you can switch to StringBuffer instead of StringBuilder and see if it helps.
 
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