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WAS eWay Error

WAS eWay Error

WAS eWay Error

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Hi.

I'm sending messages in WAS eWay using IPMPReqReply java class (sendMessage method).

In some cases (I didn't manage to find exactly when..... so sometimes) I got following error in SeeBeyond's command prompt window:

"WASEway (Error): Unable to create client thread
WASEway (Information): cThreadPool_::Add():_begin thread failed (form OS) Not enough storage is available to process this command."

After restarting SeeBeyond, everything works fine (until the next apperance of this error :))

One more thing that I noticed. When I look in Task Manager (Operating system is Windows XP Professional) I see 127 Threads for process stewipmp.exe (that's WAS eWay). I don't know if this information is of any importance.

I would be greatfull for any hints.
Saco

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