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Re: I/O Limit Exceeded

mackip

Member
Re: I/O Limit Exceeded

Suzanne,

Try UDC system 00, code IO. Find the program you are encountering the
message with, and increase the number in the description column. Its the
number of records that will be read before you get that message. Keep in
mind the larger you make that number, the longer before you will see anything
displayed on the screen.

Good Luck,

Pam

SMain@qbe-europe.com wrote:

> Dear List,
>
> Is there any way to get rid of this annoying message when we do certain
> inquiries:
>
> I/O limit exceeded - you have read an excessive amount of records trying
> to satisfy your inquiry press F5 to continue etc.
>
> We don't have source code here.
>
> Regards,
> Suzanne Main
> QBE Insurance
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