I'm experiencing an issue when I attempt to deploy a large application via the worklight console: I attempted to deploy a wlapp file of 83M and got the following error after the upload completed:
Applications half this size still show the same error. In my development environment, I'm able to deploy these files directly from Eclipse (and also from the browser accessing localhost) with a change to the WorklightDB.script located in WorklightServerHome/<PROJECT>/hsqldb: replace occurrences of 16777214 with 167772140.
This modifies the size of a VARCHAR in some sql statements. But I'm not sure how I would do this on the worklight production server that uses DB2.
Also, I was not able to find any documented size limitation for worklight applications, so I would have expected this to "just work".
So my question is: how do I get the worklight console to accept apps of this size?
Any hints are greatly appreciated =)
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1 reply Latest Post - 2012-12-19T16:52:22Z by SystemAdmin
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Re: Problem deploying a large application2012-12-19T16:52:22Z in response to SystemAdminI had the same problem when i was using mySql database. In that case, max_allowed_packed property is by default to 1MB. So i had changed it to 64M which solved the issue.
Not sure about the DB2 property for changing the maximum allowed packet in case of DB2