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What does 'Cannot Create Transaction because Capacity was Exceeded' mean?

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Where do I find documentation on Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server ?
Specifically I'm trying to figure out what;
 'Cannot Create Transaction because Capacity was Exceeded' means
I got it while using ADO 2.6 on SQL2000 on the VB6 command <Connection Object>.BeginTrans
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