MyPortal Internal Error: "...maximum open cursors exceeded"


I am trying to register for classes, and I keep receiving the following error:


Sorry, the server received an internal error.

Error Message:

Hibernate operation: could not extract ResultSet; uncategorized SQLException for SQL [n/a]; SQL state [72000]; error code [1000]; ORA-01000: maximum open cursors exceeded ; nested exception is java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01000: maximum open cursors exceeded







MyPortal, Registration



The root cause of this error is being investigated. Meanwhile, try one of the following to clear this error:

  1. Try a different browser.

  2. Try a private browsing window.

  3. Try clearing your browser cache.

One of these will likely resolve the problem you are experiencing.


Do you still need help?  Create a support ticket and someone will contact you. 


Article ID: 142455
Mon 4/4/22 8:32 PM
Thu 5/19/22 11:45 AM

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