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hello i'm french. I get a problem when I want to see my page "principal/details" on the navigator (IE5) . I see this message ="error 800a0bb9" and what does it mean? how to repair? please speak English with currents words . Thanks !...

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    Default error 800abb9

    hello
    i'm french. I get a problem when I want to see my page "principal/details" on the navigator (IE5) .
    I see this message ="error 800a0bb9" and what does it mean? how to repair? please speak English with currents words . Thanks !


    katouchy webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re: error 800abb9

    Can you provide more info?
    Is this an ASP application?
    In IE, go to Tools->Internet Options, click the Advanced tab. Scroll the
    list in the Browsing section till you see "Show friendly http error
    messages" and make sure it is not checked. Then re-run the page and see if a
    more detailed error comes up, if it does then paste it here.

    --
    Ron



    Ron Guest

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    Default Re: error 800abb9

    try putting this code in a page named test.asp, save the file to your
    localhost's root folder:

    <% Language="VBScript" %>
    <%
    Dim rs
    Set rs = Server.CreateObject( "ADODB.Recordset" )
    rs.ActiveConnection = your_connection_string_here
    rs.Source = "SELECT * FROM YourTableNameHere"
    rs.Open

    While Not rs.EOF
    Response.Write( rs.Fields.Item(0).Value )
    Wend
    %>

    be sure to set the ActiveConnection's value to a valid connection string,
    and the SQL statement to pull from a valid table in the database. Run that,
    if it works then your server's ok.

    [url]http://localhost/[/url]

    won't work cause IIS doesn't install with a default page. try

    [url]http://localhost/iisstart.htm[/url]

    --
    Ron


    Ron Guest

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    Default Re: error 800abb9

    Things have changed : I've re installed my OS windows xp and [url]http://localhost[/url] is running well. So I've tested your code but it's the same problem and, each time, the line which is wrong is where the instruction says=

    Recordset1.ActiveConnection = MM_nameofmydatabase_STRING

    So, I create a simple page and I've written this code and now, it's ok =

    <%language="vbscript" %>
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Doent sans titre</title>
    </head>
    <body>

    <%
    Dim objConnect
    Dim objRecordset

    set objConnect = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    objConnect.Open "Mesrecettes"
    set objRecordset=Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset" )
    objRecordset.Open "SELECT * FROM TABRECETTE;", objConnect
    %>
    LISTE DES RECETTES<br>
    <%
    Do while not objRecordset.EOF
    Response.Write (objRecordset("nomrecette"))
    Response.Write ("<br>")
    objRecordset.MoveNext
    loop
    set objRecordset=nothing
    set objConnect=nothing
    %>
    </body>
    </html>

    I don't understand why this way is ok to connect my database and not the other but I'll search more. thanks !


    katouchy webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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