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Hi Hongjie, > I was trying to store data with AIDA. But it reported "File > size limit exceeded ". Can I enlarge the file size limit anywhere? > > Is the file size limit determined by memory or hard disk > volume? I ask that because no data file (even incomplete one > ) was created as if it was deleted after the memory was released. You don't say which implementation of AIDA you are using (e.g. Anaphe, OpenScientist, JAIDA) without which it is hard to diagnose your problem. > Does anyone know how to export the RAW DATA from the XML file > generated with AIDA and save them in cusomized format? The advnatge of XML is that it is ascii, so easy to read and manipulate. There are many tools based on XSLT for transforming XML from one format to another, or you can just write your own program to read the XML and save it in whatever format you like. > And XML is not the only option we have in AIDA, right? What > are others? XML is the common format supported by all AIDA tools. What other formats are supported depends on which AIDA implementation you are using. Tony
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