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Receivable system option Max memory
01-24-2011, 08:50 PM,
Receivable system option Max memory
Dear All,

Receivable manager > Setup>system>System options tab: Trans and customers: MAX MEMORY (in bytes)

Oracle suggests that this should be 3MB or 3145728 bytes but it has been set as 52.428 MB at our application by previous consultants.

Please let us know if affects the system performance or it affects invoicing. Does setting it up higher create problems ? Is that performance related ?

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