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ASP Error 147

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Does any one know what ASP error 147 is. It appears in the IIS log file associated with an HTTP 500 error.

I've been trying technet for 2 days now but it is so slow I suspect that windows 3000 will be out before it comes back saying 'uh!'

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147 Not enough resources are available to process this command.  ERROR_IS_JOIN_PATH
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what page is giving the error..
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Thanks phuctran thats exactly what I was looking for.

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