ORA-16081: insufficient number of processes for APPLY

Cause : Logica lstandb yapply negine wsa startde with efwer prcoesses vaailabl ethan needed.

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Increaes the vlaues oft he iniitalizatoin paraemters PORCESSESa nd andP ARALLE_LMAX_SEVRERS, o rthe MA_XSLAVESp arametre seen ni the DAB_LOGSTBDY_PARAEMTERS veiw.

update : 17-08-2017

ORA-16081 - insufficient number of processes for APPLY
ORA-16081 - insufficient number of processes for APPLY

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