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Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; DBACCE

Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; DBACCE

Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; DBACCE

Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; DBACCESS FOR SYSTWO,GENERATED ON 2003/4/3AT 18:32
Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; out db_limit_cursors 40
Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; EOJ

I get these lines in the error file. Can anyone throw light on this ? and explain me what exactly is "db_limit_cursors" ? Thanks in advance !

RE: Aug 18 13:06:19 8556 SYSTWO; DBACCE

i also get the same error.  did u find out how to fix it?  thanks.

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