Simplistically, split your decision table into smaller ones.
To answer your question more fully; the maximum number of rows that can
exist in a XLS is (IIRC) 65535.
That said; how many can be processed on a given computer, depends on how
much RAM has been associated with the JVM heap and how many decision table
columns are on a row.
With kind regards,
On 17 July 2014 04:49, J Rose <ufos(a)comcast.net> wrote:
What is the maximum number of rows you can use in a decision table?
to use over 12,000 rows but seem to get an out of memory error for even
1,000 rows. I already increased the memory used.
What are my options if I need to lookup values for that many rows?
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