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Maximum cursor exceed
Joined: Mar 27, 2006
Apr 14, 2006 07:28:00
in my appliction,
i am getting exception :
: Maximum cursor exceed
i check the code and all the connection's are closed.
i search for solution, so, there was a solution, in init.ora file OPEN_CURSOR = 500
but i do not want to change that parameter .... so, is there any another way to solve that bug...??
pls help me....
Joined: Dec 15, 2005
Apr 14, 2006 07:43:00
Answered for this user, in another forum:
Joined: Sep 25, 2003
Apr 14, 2006 14:26:00
Hi All - (Sorry Sachin - I don't mean to hijack your question, but I didn't want to post the same exact issue in another thread).
I am having the same problem, and the solution below does not help. Nor does any other solution I can find... Here is my code - it happens after less than 100 record insertions.
insapp = conn.prepareStatement(contSql.toString()); //contSql is a simple insert statement insapp.setLong(1, num_sequence); insapp.setString(2, "DRAPPS"); insapp.setLong(3, 1100); insapp.setLong(4, 1100); insapp.setString(5, "Job Application"); insapp.setString(6, tmpAry.trim()); insapp.setString(7, tmpAry.trim() + " " + tmpAry.trim()); insapp.setString(8, tmpAry.trim()); insapp.setString(9, tmpAry.trim()); insapp.executeUpdate(); insapp.close();
Hopefully it is something simple that i just seem to be overlooking...
Don't get me started about those stupid
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