Analyzer in 4.02 changed the underlying DB so it is supposed to handle a
LOT more objects than in 4.0.x before it.

I am not sure that running Analyzer on 64 bit will actually use the 64
bit JVM. Designer does not, it includes its own 32 bit JVM regardless.

And it is not sufficient to just change JVM's since a number of binaries
are compiled (it would seem, since they fail in 64 bit mode) to work
with the 64 bit JVM. Alas.

I know it is on their list of feature improvements for Designer. But no
clue where in the pile.

> I'm trying to import a lot of flat files, with around 120.000 users
> each one, in my Analyzer project. However I just can't load data.
> Nothing happens... I can found my CSV file, choose it from my file
> system but when I try to import data from the previously imported flat
> file, a load operation starts and a blank browse screen just is showed
> to me...
> I have tried:
> 1. Re-installed Analyzer twice;
> 2. Re-installed Java SDK twice;
> Another guy from my team, can do all imports. The difference is that
> I'm still using Windows XP 32 bits and he is using Windows 7 64 bits. My
> JDK version is:
> java version "1.6.0_20"
> Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_20-b02)
> Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 16.3-b01, mixed mode)
> I will appreciate any help here.
> Thank you a lot!
> Kindly regards,
> Alan Cota.