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Argghh!! need help here..

I'm havin problem wif this code... couldn't figure out what I'm missing here...

I'd checked with the database and all but the problem seems persistant....

Hope someone could shed some light here... thanks...

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Error Type:
(0x80020009)
Exception occurred.
/jdl/welcome.asp, line 54

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my code:


<!--#include file="Connections/connection2.asp" -->
<!--#include file="ado/adovbs.inc"-->
.....
.....
....
....
    <%
p_username = Request.cookies("username")

dim rrs
sqlstr="select * from members where member_id = '"&username&"'"
set rrs=canvasDB.execute(sqlstr)

if request.cookies("username")="" then
response.redirect "login.asp"
else

<line 54>  Response.write "<strong><font color=black>" & rrs("first_name") & "</font></strong>"

end if
rrs.close
set rrs=nothing
%>
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thanks Cookre.. but i managed to solve the problem.....

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 <%
p_username = Request.cookies("username") <--------

dim rrs
sqlstr="select * from members where member_id = '"&username&"'"  <-------
set rrs=canvasDB.execute(sqlstr)
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its a syntax errror... my fault... thanks anyway...
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