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Stack overflow error when validating script

Hi all,

We have installed SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform 4.0 SP4 on a solaris 10 server. All the services (database and web server) reside on the same server.

We are validating a script on Crystal Report and getting the following error:

Custom query script validity check error

[Data Federator Driver][Server] Internal or configuration error.

Please suggest how to resolve this. I've read I need to increase the JVM for this etc.....


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  • Posted on Feb 05, 2013 at 04:37 PM


    If you are getting DF errors in Crystal, then it must mean you are consuming a Multi Source universe.

    MSU use the Data Federator service, which is part of Adaptive Processing Server. you should split and size it according to the Sizing Companion guide or Adaptive Processing Server config guide:



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      Hi Suraj,

      You can set the amount of memory that the Java virtual machine inside which Data Federator Query

      Server is running will use by editing the environment file.

      On your Solaris Server, it is named data-federator-install-dirLeSelect/bin/environ

      Set the parameter JVM_MEMORY_SIZE to the desired value in megabytes.

      You must uninstall and reinstall the Data Federator services for the new value to take effect.


      Arun Sasi

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