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Old 01-21-2008
CPU & Memory Error -350

Hi All,

When ever am rying to connect to the database using isqlrf from the command prompt i get the following error
Error -350 is Index already exists on column.

What could be the possible reason and a solutin for this ?

AM using freeBSD
Thanks in advance
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