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#1 Posted : Sunday, March 19, 2006 9:25:31 PM(UTC)


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Hi there

I am having trouble with high memory usage. I typically scan 30 - 50 pages at a
time and my memory usage becomes extremely high. I tried using the
RasterMemoryFlags.Disk but this did not make a difference and I am not sure how I must do it. Is there a example on Disk memory that I can look at?

Thank you

Update: I am using v14.5 of the lead tools and programming in VB.Net


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#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 21, 2006 2:57:00 AM(UTC)


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The easiest solution to your problem is probably changing the behavior
so that you save every scanned page to disk instead of holding them all in memory during scanning.

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, March 21, 2006 9:31:54 PM(UTC)


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The big
thing is just that before I save the pages I need to show the pages to the user that will manipulate the pages. Then I will save then to the doc base.

#4 Posted : Friday, March 24, 2006 12:28:24 PM(UTC)


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If you store all of these scans in memory, you will eventually run out of memory. Images are kept uncompressed in memory so their size is even bigger (width x height x bits per pixel / 8). The bets thing to do would be to save the images to disk and then load them back up once scanning is complete. You can then load them one at a time, allow the user to change them, then store them in the database.

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