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Problem with Transaction

Problem with Transaction

Problem with Transaction

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I am developing an application which is using Microsoft Transaction Server and an oracle database v8.1.7.
The MDAC 2.7 has been installed on the web server which is windows 2000 with IIS.
The data base is set on a unix machine.
My problem is the following :
I made a DLL which insert lot of value in the database, this is made through a loop.
When the system do around 400 hundred insertion every thing is working but when it goes over then the next insertion failed.
It is not always the same query which failed and the error that is made is the following:
An error ocurred withing Oracle but the error could not be retrieved.
But nothing wrong append in orable no log file has been made and no memories get full when the dll is working.
After I have made some test I found that the problem seams to come from MTS.
someone has any idea ?

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