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hi
I am using developer 6i on Oracle 8
when I commit data  in  the form
this message appear
Frm-40512 "can not echo save point"
how can i solve this ???
thanks
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by:Helena Marková
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Did you try to use a solution from the on-line help (FRM-40512:  ORACLE error: unable to issue SAVEPOINT command.) ?

Press [Display Error] to display the specific ORACLE error.  You might be able to increase the maximum number of savepoints in the INIT.ORA file.
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Lacking timely response from bdrmki or contributing experts, but seeing that there is some useful info here, I recommend:

    Save as PAQ -- No Refund.

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