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"Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

"Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

"Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

(OP)
Hi.
When modifying a table have got an error like
"Error. Table aaa has too many versions". After that I can not make any changes in table aaa. Sweep doesn't help.
As far as I anderstand this is because I have made too many chages in this table.
If you know that to do, please write me back.
lasta

RE: "Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

Try to commit all of your pending transactions. Use commit instead of commitretaining in your code.

RE: "Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

I assume "metadata" changes here - not just "changes" - is that right?

Anyway, if this is the case - you can do a maximum of 255 changes to a table, after that, you need to backup and restore your database to reset that counter. It's an internal housekeeping thing.

Martijn Tonies
Database Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird
http://www.upscene.com

RE: "Error. table `aaa` has to many versions"

(OP)
Thank you for your answers.
MartijnTonies, your information was very helpfull for me.
Thank's.
Lasta

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