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CREATERECORDSET (0X80004005) UNSPECIFIED ERROR

Posted on 2001-09-07
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Hi,

I have a databse running on SQL server on Machine 1.

When I try to access the ASP which queries this databse from the same machine, I SOMETIMES get the above error. This is resolved by restarting IIS on my machine.

Secondly when i try to access the same from database from Machine 2 on my network I SOMETIMES get the above error while at other times I get (0X80004007)

Any clues as to why this is happening??

I need to automate certain tasks but cannot do so without getting these errors rectified.

Apprecial suggestions at the earliest!

Thanks,
Pranu

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Within your MDAC 2.0 or MDAC 2.1 code, you have multiple recordsets with the same recordset object that are created off of the same command and are also pointing to the same connection. The first recordset that is opened contains multiple recordsets within that same object. Before calling NextRecordset on that object, open another Recordset (new recordset object) and point the ActiveConnection property to the same command and connection to which at the other recordset object was pointing. This causes the following error when the Set rs = rs.NextRecordset is executed:

error '80004005' Unspecified error
This error occurs in MDAC 2.0 and MDAC 2.1 and does not occur in MDAC 1.5.



RESOLUTION
Make sure that the ActiveConnection property of the Command object for the first recordset is set only once throughout the page (especially if it contains multiple physical recordsets within the same recordset object) if the same connection is still being used.

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