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SQL0904 - Resource limit exceeded

Posted on 2003-11-28
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Have been using MS SQL to retrieve data from our AS/400 quite successfully. Yesterday for no apparent reason the retrieval started failing on some records with the following error message; Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e14' [OLE/DB provider returned message: [IBM][Client Access Express ODBC Driver (32-bit)][DB2/400 SQL]SQL0904 - Resource limit exceeded.] /qnative/order1.asp, line 149. The AS/400 information for MSGID SQL0904 shows “type 7 maximum size of prepared statement has been reached”. Can anyone advise a fix or suggest where I look next please?
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Have you added any more tables or fields to the query?  Has someone change the governor options on the AS400???
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The problem was the SQLPKG size that is created on teh AS/400 each time an SQL query is run. It grew too large and stopped. Merely deleting teh package caused it to be recraeted next run. So housekeep the AS/400 objects *SQLPKG.
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