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i've the following error message,

"error encounter sql server table temp npl writing to cris npl :S1000 (oracle),ODBC driver : Oracle OCI ora 12612 :Message 12612 not found product : rdbms.fac"

what did that mean ?
i couldn't find the error desc. for ora 12612, can anybody tell me the error desc for this code ?

palim

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From the Oracle error codes manual, which you can access on <http://technet.oracle.com>, we find:

"ORA-12612: TNS:connection is busy
Cause: Attempted operation failed because it conflicts with an ongoing action or status of the connection.

"Action: Not normally visible to the user. For further details, turn on tracing and reexecute the operation. If error persists, contact Worldwide Customer Support."
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