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Reading more 575 tables in a single pass results in the following error message: ALAA464E LOAD table limit exceeded, storage exhausted. Explanation: You have exceeded the maximum limit (approximately 600 tables) allowable in a single pass. User response: Lower the number of tables to process and retry. Request is to modify the architecture to remove this restriction or at least lift the limit.
The customer (Department of Human Services, Australia) uses Db2 LAT as a data transport mechanism, scraping the the Db2 log and effectively propagating data changes from a large number of tables to downstream applications. In times of high volumes (e.g. end of month) the job often falls over with the above message. The customer then needs to break up the job into smaller jobs as a workaround.
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