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SQL-02100: Out of memory (i.e., could not allocate) Error

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Hi All,
 I am developing an application in pro*c. and while executing it i am getting error "SQL-02100: Out of memory (i.e., could not allocate)"
I am getting this error when i firing a select statment


One thing to remember is that I am not getting this error consistently. i mean when i run application with one particular argument,  it is working fine but when i pass other value i am getting this error.

Pls Help me






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What Oracle verion are you using ? Try compiling your Pro*C program with the precompiler options RELEASE_CURSOR=Y, HOLD_CURSOR=NO.
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Thanks SDutta
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