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"Problematic iViews" and the 32K-Problem

Hi Everybody,

I know the 32K problem is already mentioned a lot of times, but i have not been able to find an answer to my problem.

Like others I received an error saying:

Error in compiling Flex application: Error: Branch between 97862 and 130633 around line 0 exceeds 32K span. If possible, please refactor this component.

The solution -as far as i understood- is to restructure the program. My program is quite big and that's why i wonder:

Is there a way to figure out which iView (i.e. nested iView) is the "problematic one"?

Can the numbers 97862 and 130633 somehow be helpful?

I looked at the sourcecode (pressing the SOURCE button), but that gave me no clue at all.

If that is not possible, how am i able to identify a problematic iView, because all of my nested iViews deploy fine if they are deployed separately.

I hope somebody can help me.

Yours Mark

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 06:27 AM

    Hi Mark

    If you have used nested iViews than you could go to the path mentioned below in the server and check the size of the nested iViews and point the problematic one which exceeds the size.

    Path :-D:\usr\sap\WEP\JCO1\j2ee\cluster\server0\GUIMachineBusinessPackages\"YourModelName"\FLEX_COMPILATION_FOLDER

    Here you would find MXML files (e.g AAD10PE,etc) of your nested Iviews.

    Note:You can find respective MXML file of your nested iVIew from your VC by going to the Configure element of your nested iView, here at the bottom you find REF:AAD10PE(MXML file name).

    Hope this helps.Most of the time this problem leads to re-work.

    Cheers

    Navneet

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