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Parser stack gets full. Querying informix db using odbc connection.

Parser stack gets full. Querying informix db using odbc connection.

Parser stack gets full. Querying informix db using odbc connection.

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I made an ODBS connection to an informix database. While doing the load test for the db, it gives an error "not enough space for parser stacks" after ~12K insert queries. The control flow is: 1. SQLConnect 2. SQLAllocStmt 3. SQLSetStmtAttr 4. SQLBindParameter 5. SQLPrepare 6. SQLExecute 7. SQLFreeStmt 8. Repeat step 2 to 8

Therefore, a new statement handle is allocated for each query while all the queries are performed over the same connection. The exact error statement is:

37000:[Informix][Informix ODBC Driver]General error.Not enough space for parser stacks

Is it a known error? I am not able to locate any memory leak also. Increasing size of stack may end up causing the same problem after a larger number of 'insert' queries. Any suggestion?

Parser stack gets full even when I comment the statement SQLExecute and repeat rest of the steps as described above.  

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