An interface loads in /design with the following error:
One or both of the following errors are also present in the application server log:
ERROR com.appiancorp.sail.BindingsEncryptionHelper - Caught context exception: java.io.IOException: Max decompression size reached!....ERROR com.appiancorp.rest.shared.AppianExceptionMapper - Internal Server Error on REST API invocation.com.appiancorp.exceptions.LocalizedAppianRuntimeException$LocalizedAppianException: Cannot interpret context for UI expression. Reason: Bindings
ERROR com.appiancorp.sail.BindingsEncryptionHelper - Caught context exception: java.io.IOException: Max decompression size reached!....ERROR com.appiancorp.sail.StatefulUiStateWithStatelessFailover - Unable to deserialize bindings using Stateful UI State...reverting to Statelesscom.appiancorp.suiteapi.common.exceptions.AppianException: Cannot interpret context for UI expression. Reason: Bindings (APNX-1-4215-002)
The context size is too large. The context size refers to the amount of data stored in load() variables in the interface. For security reasons, there is a 200MB limit to the uncompressed context a load() variable can hold.
Make changes to the interface SAIL code (or to the expression rules it uses) to reduce the interface context size. This requires reducing the amount of data stored in load() variables.
In the future, consider SAIL performance when designing expression rules and interfaces.
It may not be possible to open and edit the interface object directly due to the error itself. If this is the case, it may be necessary to use one of the following workarounds to make changes to the interface:
Prevent expression rules that are returning a large number of data from evaluating within the interface. This can be done by commenting out the expression rules' content within Appian expression rule designer.
If the interface exists in another environment not experiencing this issue, make changes to the interface in the working environment and import it to the affected environment.
This article applies to Appian 17.1 and later.
Last Reviewed: January 2019
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