7033 Maximum Number of Connections Exceeded

Advantage Error Guide

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Advantage Database Server for NetWare

Problem: The maximum number of connections are already connected to the Advantage server and the Advantage server was unable to allocate more resources for additional connections.

Solution: Increase the setting for the CONNECTIONS configuration value in the Advantage Database Server for NetWare configuration file, ADS.CFG. Then re-load the Advantage Database Server for NetWare.

Advantage Database Server for Windows

Problem: The maximum number of connections are already connected to the Advantage server and the Advantage server was unable to allocate more resources for additional connections.

Solution: Increase the setting for the "Number of Connections" using the Advantage Configuration Utility. If you don't wish to use the Advantage Configuration Utility, increase the setting for the CONNECTIONS configuration value in the Advantage Database Server configuration registry key using the Registry Editor. The Advantage Database Server Configuration Registry Key is located in the Registry at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Advantage\Configuration. Then re-start the Advantage Database Server for Windows.

Advantage Local Server

Problem: The maximum number of connections are already connected to the Advantage server and the Advantage server was unable to allocate more resources for additional connections.

Solution: Increase the setting for the CONNECTIONS configuration value in the Advantage Local Server configuration file, ADSLOCAL.CFG. Then re-start the application that uses the Advantage Local Server.