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Public hash table full

Public hash table full

Public hash table full

I am threating of add more of 404 tables to my alpha file and when I compile this app Clarion 5 web edition give me back the follor error message: Public hash table full. Can anybody help me???

RE: Public hash table full

1. Add MORE phisical Memory to your Computer.
2. Divide your Dictionary.


RE: Public hash table full


   Hello, i've also encountered this ERROR but it's due to many reason but in my case, My Table was locked & My Data,
driver was not able to refresh itself in time.  However; I
try'd to exit the application and re-load my Pervasive Data
driver, then it's Ok!!!  Error is NO more.

   If your on a LAN connection type of a setup, May be you should check the Host recording related .lck files.  Add'n
more memory can help, as posted earlier.  Pls. correct me,
when i'm wrong ?  Alpha files ? your run'in under Novell ?

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