The code of method tFileInputExcelProcess is exceeding the 65535 bytes limit exception

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The code of method tFileInputExcelProcess is exceeding the 65535 bytes limit exception

Hello everyone,

I know this issue has been answered with TOS of  old version and same threads helped me know the reason behind my problem which is the big number of columns.

But I can't find a solution for my problem ,yet.

When trying to load the schema of an xlsx file that contains 2341 columns  , the exception above (in the title) is thrown !

I'm running The 7.1.1 version

What shoud I do exactly in this case ? 


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Re: The code of method tFileInputExcelProcess is exceeding the 65535 bytes limit exception

Hi @in21 ,

 

This is not a Talend issue, and this is a limitation of Java that JVM can only compile each class of maximum size of 64KB.

 

hence you need to split the columns in your Excel into multiple Excels and then proceed with your job.

 

My suggestion would be split the Excel into multiple parts and build separate subjobs, which will reduce the chance of JVM error.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Subhadip

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Re: The code of method tFileInputExcelProcess is exceeding the 65535 bytes limit exception

Hi @in21 ,

 

This is not a Talend issue, and this is a limitation of Java that JVM can only compile each class of maximum size of 64KB.

 

hence you need to split the columns in your Excel into multiple Excels and then proceed with your job.

 

My suggestion would be split the Excel into multiple parts and build separate subjobs, which will reduce the chance of JVM error.

 

Thanks and Regards,

Subhadip

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