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ASP & error 0115...arhhggg

Keith Westberg
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-04-09
Fellow prop heads,

Ok, I give.  My quest is simple, but.  When I attempt to sql an asp I receive that annoying 0115.  I've spent my share of time at M$kb..  They mention this to be a problem, and they give 4 possible solutions.  Each has either been done, or was already in affect.  Just to make this problem as generic as possible, I've started using the Northwinds db as my dsn, and the Employees table.  I must add, that the first two days playing with it, I never once had a problem.  So I did what most would do and roll back to an earlier version.  Well, I'm back to bare ado and a single response.write... and I continue to get slammed.  If anyone could throw me a bone, I sure would be greatful...

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Keith WestbergDeveloper


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What are you trying to do?  Post code please.

Could you please post code?  No response from two days ago, so I decided to post as an answer so you would get an email..

Keith WestbergDeveloper



Sorry for taking so darn long.  My plate runnath over....

I have discovered that stopping then starting the web service will clear whatever is causing this error.  I'm not sure if this is even the most recent copy of the test asp, but most, if not all still applies.


<meta NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft FrontPage 3.0">
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=iso-8859-1">
<title>Document Title</title>

<body bgcolor="#FFFFFF">
<% Dim Conn2, RS2, Nm, sql2, Od
If IsEmpty(request("Name"))Then
   response.write("Enter name")
      Nm = request("Name")
      Od = request("List")
      Sd = request("StationList")

    SET Conn2 = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    Conn2.Mode = 3
    Conn2.Open "FDRecall"
    SET RS2=Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")

      If Nm <> "" and Nm = "*" then
            response.write("Name not blank and wildcard")
            response.write(Od & "&nbsp;" & Nm)
            sql2 = "SELECT * FROM Personnel ORDER BY " & Od
      Else if Nm <> "" then
            response.write("somrthing entered in name box")
            response.write(Od & "&nbsp;" & Nm)
            sql2 = "SELECT * FROM Personnel WHERE LastName LIKE '" & Nm & "%'" & " ORDER BY " & Od
      Else if Sd <> "&nbsp;" then
            response.write("station box not blank")
            sql2 = "SELECT * FROM Personnel WHERE Station = '" & Sd & "'"
            response.write("last choice in station box")
      End if

    RS2.Open sql2, "DATABASE=Recall;UID=;PW=;DSN=FDRecall", 1, 4

<div align="center"><center>

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="10" style="font-family: Comic Sans MS; font-size: 9pt">
      <%Do Until RS2.EOF
      Response.Write("<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("Rank") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                     "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("FirstName") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                   "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("LastName") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                       "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("Station") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                   "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("Shift") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                     "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("Address") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                       "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("City") & "&nbsp;</td>" &_
                       "<td nowrap>&nbsp;" & RS2("HomePhone") & "&nbsp;</td>")
      RS2.MoveNext %>
      <% Loop %>
<%  'End If
     SET RS2 = Nothing
     SET Conn2 = Nothing
End If
<!webbot bot="GeneratedScript" preview=" " startspan ->

<form method="POST" action="t5.asp" name="FrontPage_Form1">
  <p><input type="text" name="Name" size="20" value="<%=request("Name")%>">
     <input type="submit" value="Submit" name="B1">
  <p><select name="List" size="1">
       <option value=" ">&nbsp;</option>
     <option value="LastName">Last Name</option>
     <option value="FirstName">First Name</option>
     <option value="Rank">Rank</option>
     <option value="Station">Station</option>
     <option value="Shift">Shift</option>

  <P><select name="StationList" size="1">
       <option value=" ">&nbsp;</option>
     <option value="CEF1">Station 1</option>
     <option value="CEF2">Station 2</option>
     <option value="CEF3">Station 3</option>
     <option value="CEF4">Station 4</option>
     <option value="CEF5">Station 5</option>
       <option value="CEF6">Station 6</option>
     <option value="CEF7">Station 7</option>
     <option value="CEFA">Admin/Disp</option>
     <option value="CEFT">Technical Services</option>
     <option value="CEFE">Training</option>
       <option value="CEFL">Logistics</option>


I know it looks sloppy, but I've really been hackin at it, trying to
see what is actually causing the problems...
Keith WestbergDeveloper


Sorry for the delay....

I have rejected the last comment, so that the question would be placed back in circulation.
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Keith WestbergDeveloper


That works.... thanks for the insight

Thanks westbergk, the points are my first points. I am very happy to receive the points you'd given. Thanks.......
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