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Active Server Pages 301
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

ASP 301 covers DATABASES: Setting up a Database, Connecting to a Database, Using ODBC Data Sources, Reading Records from a Table, Looping Through a Set of Records, Adding Records to your Table.

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I am using expression web4 and Microsoft access 13 Link 
Alonzo Dock     
5 years ago
I am using expression web4 and Microsoft access 13 for my database. When I fill in my form and submit it I get a 404 not found. The requested document was not found on this server. In my asp page I try both ext. mdb and accdb for my database. I not sure if the problem is in databasepath for my database or for my tabl. Can you help me on this problem. the database show up on my web site and I am using the _database folder Read More...
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Salvatori C 
6 years ago
Hey now, I'm trying connecting to a accdb with no luck, no option to save as a .mdb regarding the access database and no option to add to the DNS,
Thanks in advance

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Mubeezi Micah 
7 years ago
Dear Richard,

Time index 5:43
Now that i can easily see any errors generated, I managed to connect to my db using this method. Thank you for your continuous support.


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user does not enter a valid date Link 
Mubeezi Micah 
8 years ago
Dear Richard,

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I am struggling with a situation when a user does not enter a valid date. I have tried using On Error Resume Next. The error gets ignored but the record does not get written into the table. Read More...
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John Sottile 
11 years ago
report - internet and distributed files system (DFS)

setting up a DFS common folder ath for ASP script testing.  I've got a LAN with 4 machines.  Learned that the SYSVOL on the server (\\servername\domain.local is the path to the LAN's Server Logon system, which is also the SYSVOL folder.  I plan to put main DFS shared folder on the SYSVOL (domain common folder).  I am having difficulty using a script to access SQL Server data, unless I am signed on as the administrator which is the password used with the install of SQL Server 2000.  I hope to allow others to access data across my domain but logon for them may take time.  This seemed a useful trick, I have enough literature.  The first item syuggested was to remove delete permissions on all of the drive letters, even to administrators.  So that no one deletes the whole drive and 300 gigs of my data.  I almost did that myself today.  
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