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How To Avoid The 500MB Download Limit in Digital Asset Manager (DAM)? (Doc ID 446962.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Universal Content Management - Version: 7.5.1 to 7.5.1 - Release: Stellent to Stellent
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Product: Digital Asset Management
Version: 7.5.1

Goal

How To Avoid The 500MB Download Limit in Digital Asset Manager (DAM)?

Solution

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Please reference Video Manager Installation Guide section 2-10:Tech Tip: Stellent Video Manager allows a user to bundle and download assets to a local or shared file system. You can specify the maximum allowable size of a download, either in megabytes or number of files in the Additional Variables section of the config.cfg file by setting the following variables:MaxRenditionBundleInMegabytes=Maximum size of bundle in megabytes.MaxRenditionFileEntries=Maximum number of files in the bundle, expressed numerically.

Note that there is an issue with this functionality in versions of the ZipRenditionManagement component up to and including version: "06_09_28 (Build 25)."

Currently the setting for MaxRenditionFileEntries is used for both values. Thus to change the value MaxRenditionBundleInMegabytes and keep working once this is fixed, it is recommended to set both settings. For example, the client wanted to set this to download up to 1GB and was not concerned about the number of file entries, thus they set the following:

MaxRenditionBundleInMegabytes=1024MaxRenditionFileEntries=1024

The above works around the error:  "The total file size of 560 megabytes in the download is bigger than the maximum of 500 megabytes."



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