On Nov 14, 2017, at 11:26 AM, Kurt Anderson <Kurt.Anderson@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm working on a program that builds XML to pass into a web service, and also parses out the XML returned by the web service.
I'm dealing with a pretty large set of data being returned and while my unit tests were working within the 16mb range, as I started testing with production data I quickly ran into data requiring I support much larger values.
So I thought I'd give STGMDL( *teraspace ) a try with ctl-opt, however when I compile it's still complaining about the size of some of my data structures (that contain arrays).
I was googling around, but can't seem to find if there's more I need to do aside from adding that option to the ctl-opt line.
I'm at v7r3.
StgMdl( *Teraspace )
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