Try replacing the path names with paths that would work from PC2 to PC1, I
think that it is looking for the database in that location on PC2 and not on
PC1.

Bill Murphy wrote:
> I have a 2 computer network for creating and testing intranet web pages. I
> have one computer set up as a Web server with IIS 5.0, and running Office XP
> and Windows 2000. I've created several virtual folders under
> c:\inetpub\wwwroot, and from this server computer can successfully view html
> pages which contain charts and pivot tables that were created with Office
> Web Components.
>
> However, when I try to view the same pages on the server from my second PC
> (running Windows XP and Office 2000) I can view the html pages on the server
> from my browser, but the charts and pivot tables will not display. Instead
> a graphics placeholder is displayed in the upper left of a blank rectangle
> where the component should appear. Also, when attempting to open an Access
> mdb file in the virtual folder (which feeds the pivot table or chart), a
> blank component with the usual component toolbar is displayed, and I get an
> error message on the second PC as follows:
>
> "Office Web Components could not open the database
> 'c:\inetpub\wwwroot\powergraphs\powergraphs.mdb'"
>
> Both PC's have the Office XP Web Components installed, owc10.dll.
>
> I'm not sure whether this is a security or possibly a licensing issue. I
> may need to upgrade to Office XP on my second PC, although I believe the
> components should display read only even if an Office XP license does not
> exist on the second PC.
>
> I am able to view other html and asp pages from the second PC, including
> those that open Access mdb data files.
>
> I would appreciate any thoughts on this.
>
> Bill