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Adobe Campaign Classic and Adobe Analytics - Technical Workflow does not execute and logs show - Out of Memory


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Masters of Adobe campaign,


As always, I very much appreciate the past guidance/hints. This time I am trying to understand and learn how Adobe Campaign Classic passes data to Adobe Analytics as I started seeing errors in the "Sending of indicators and campaign attributes" technical workflow. The first error occurred in the "Sending campaign attributes" Java Script node. After stopping and restarting the workflow - it is scheduled / default time. The Java Script node failed a day later in "Sending Campaign Indicators" with JST-310000 Error while compiling script 'nms:adobeGenesisConnection.js' line 717 out of memory.   It is worth mentioning that the workflow does not finish and does not pass on the data to Adobe Analytics. From my first impression, the JDK / compiler does not have enough assigned memory - would this be the case? If yes, where should I find the configuration and perform adjustments? Will this affect anything else. Nothing has changed / the same JDK version has been used, so I am unsure what is causing the issue. Please, see attached screenshot. 


Thank you for any insights and guidance. 


Error Out of Memory.PNG


4 Replies


Level 5

You should submit a support ticket for this.

Are you still on the Genesis Connector or the new Analytics connector?


Community Advisor

Hello @MarioGlad 


Looks like your server is running out of space. To check the space usage you can log in to the admin console.


To free some space make sure your workflows are not in the paused state for a long time and "Keep the interim population" is unchecked in the workflow properties.








You can increase the memory used by workflow by increasing the value of "maxMB" in serverconf file, under javascript:


<javaScript maxMB="512" stackSizeKB="8"/>







Hi @MarioGlad,

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