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Visual Interdev 6.0 Recordset problems

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I am using Vis Interdev 6.0, I have a data connection added to my project and can see the tables in my database in the project, but when I make a web page with the DTC Recordset and grid I don't see the data.  What am I doing wrong?  TIA!
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by:MasseyM
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What does the code look like?
If it is too large to post, please email it to me at masseym@hotmail.com

Thanks.

Matt
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by:osthus
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If you are using an access db, it must be on the webserver. Mabye that is the problem....
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by:tdove
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All I did was add the DTC recordset control from the toolbox to my page, all the info came up O.K. it didn't turn red, then add the DTC grid command from the toolbar and added the info in there, (it came up and give me the fields in my record and so forth so I know that is O.K.), but when I hit view in browser the grid isn't there. all I get are the nav buttons, no table.
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by:osthus
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I had the same problem. When you view the page in the browser, look at the adress. It should be "http://yourWebserver/......" not "c:\winnt\....."

If you get the last adress, you must "Release working copy" of the page.

Hope this can help...
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ricardopascual earned 100 total points
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I have been here. You are using Interdev on your local machine and your machine is not loaded with Internet Information Server and/or active server extentions. So when you test the page no data appears because you need IIS/active server extentions to communicate with your database eg SQLServer and obtain the data to display. Although I have not tried it, you may solve the problem by locally installing IIS and its active server extentions plus the database you are attempting to access.
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