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Re: Oracle 7 cursor could not be closed

From: Thomas J. Kyte <tkyte_at_us.oracle.com>
Date: 2000/05/17
Message-ID: <8fu1ff$rsr$1@nnrp1.deja.com>#1/1

In article <r9sU4.9$_E6.480_at_nreader1.kpnqwest.net>,   "Bart Van Rillaer" <bart.vanrillaer_at_mediagenix.com> wrote:
> Wizards,
>
> In our application we use Smalltalk (Visual works) on an oracle
 server,
> sometimes 7 but now chaning in oracle8.
> But from time to time, when we want to do rather large operations we
 get the
> unforseen crazy error message comming from oracle:
>
> Oracle 7 cursor could not be closed
>
> Does anyone know how this comes? What to do about it?
>
> We are getting desperate ...
>
> Bart Van Rillaer
> DBA, MediaGeniX
>
>

that does not look like an Oracle error message (eg: we would not put Oracle 7 in the error message). Is there a ORA-XXXXX code with it? we'd need to see that if there is. Otherwise, this sounds more like its the smalltalk api layer that is having some issue and generating this error message.

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Thomas Kyte                              tkyte_at_us.oracle.com
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