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I am looking for code to connect to a Unidata database thru ODBC using ASP or dot net

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I am looking for code to connect to a Unidata database thru ODBC using ASP or dot net
right now I have two ways to connect
ONE WAY....
myDSN = "DSNcoltest"
Set Connect = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Connect.Open myDSN
SelectSQL = "SELECT NAME FROM TERMS " 
Set RecSet = Server.Createobject("ADODB.Recordset")
RecSet.open SelectSQL,Connect,2,3
SECOND WAY.....
Set Connect = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Connect.Open "Provider=" & "UniODBC" & "; Data Source = 10.1.169.28; Initial Catalog = DSNcoltest; User Id = support; Password=trainer1"

i am getting the following errors..
ERROR ONE
Error Type:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)
[Ardent][UniData ODBC Driver][Informix][SQL Client]Unable to get UCI configuration file from Registry.
/unidata_odbc6.asp, line 19
SECOND WAY ERROR
Error Type:
ADODB.Connection (0x800A0E7A)
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed

P.S. Someone had posted this question already, but he did not post the solution. His user name is "dmmorse" If we could contact him I think that would be the easiest way to find the anser
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Thanks, I know you're trying to help, but I saw that answer in the database already. I tried it and it didn't work for me either ("dmmorse", who originally posted the question said it didn't work for him either when he tried it back in Feb)
The error I get is
"ADODB.Connection (0x800A0E7A)
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
/unidata_odbc9.asp, line 17"

DMMORSE in a different call said, "I found the answer" but he didn't put the code. HOW can we contact him?

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See if he has his email listed in his profile.
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I checked there first...I thought you would have special access to that stuff and could drop him an e-mail with a message to contact "restavil@stu.edu" whenever he can. Is that possible?
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by:leonstryker
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Sorry, i do not have any special access.

Leon
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Thanks for the answer
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Sorry I could not be of more help,

Leon
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