Maik,

Ingeniweb's STMP server is incorrectly configured, anyone who tries to send you mail via a secure connection will not be able to communicate with you... I suggest you get you admin to fix it...


Chris

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Hi Maik,

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> How are you doing? Everything going well at Simplistix?

Yup, very busy :-)

> I have a question about your DCOracleDA2 branch, which I am
> trying out for a client that gets a "ORA-03114" error frequently.

Not Connected, right?

> I saw you were treating this error in your branch of DCOracleDA2,
> and I am just wondering whether you have deployed this branch in
> a real world scenario?

It was, but it was found to have problems. Sadly, the customer never 
really followed up with these so I could never get around to fixing them :-(

> I'd really appreciate your help and any additional information
> or recommendations you could give me on this.

If you can, move over to mxODBC. If not, start with the branch and try 
and track down the situations where connections were getting released or 
not released into the pool incorrectly.

If you have any specific questions about the code, I'm happy to answer 
them...

cheers,

Chris

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