A concurrent session is an open database session.
Users often confuse database connections with perceived application connections. For example, Microsoft Access may appear to open one connection against the target database. However, Access really spawns 2 or more database sessions. This causes an unexpected number of licenses to be consumed. Users must understand that Access and other connections are coded to behave in this manner.
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