I sometimes find it difficult to replicate errors. Most of the problems seem to occur when trying to explode very large databases which seems to suggest a memory problem.
I am out of office until 11th September.
On 9/1/06, Renate Morgenstern <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>4. Problems exploding CDS?ISIS for Windows databases (Lucia Phillip)
>After experiencing problems moving large databases from CDS/ISIS to
>Greenstone I downloaded the latest version of the software and
>started again. I have noticed the following problems.
> 1) When we tried to explode one of ISIS databases containing links
> to<br> images, the error 'out of memory can not parse
> occurs. With the assistance of one of our I.T. consultants we have
> realized that the size of the produced metadata file in the import
> folder affects the successful execution of the next stage of the
> import, which is to parse that file into individual XML files and
> folders. For example, the failed metadata.xmlfile is 17,000 KB.
I have the same problem with exploding a CDS/ISIS database of
photos in JPG format. I limited it to 50 records but it still does
not want to explode while another one with a similar structure worked fine.
Mrs. Renate Morgenstern
University of Namibia Library
Head: Technical Services and Systems
Private Bag 13301, Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: +264 61 2063869; Fax: +264 61 242124
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