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How many enumerations are present in a session ?

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Hi,
I would like to know how many enumerations can be present in a kdb session ? Per the link below 20 - 76 can be enumeration types i.e. 57 enumerations . What happens when you have more than 57 enumerations in your session ? Any specific error is thrown ?
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kuentang
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An error occurred during execution of the query.

The server sent the response:

elim

Studio Hint: Possibly this error refers to more than 57 distinct enumerations

 

HTH,

 

Kim

 

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Hi,

I would like to know how many enumerations can be present in a kdb session ? Per the link below 20 - 76 can be enumeration types i.e. 57 enumerations . What happens when you have more than 57 enumerations in your session ? Any specific error is thrown ?

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Do you know enumerations are assigned type 20 - 76 in a round robin fashion ? Or is there an assignment scheme based on type of the values ? I think it gets confusing.

Flying
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I don't think there is any "round robin" in place. The type numbers are assigned sequentially until they run out. That's when u get the 'elim error.

Attila
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Z as,, cu