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Posted on 2007-11-25
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Problem URL - http://projects.zanalysts.com/ariviewer/display.asp?ID=11 

I'm using Access as the "database".

I get this error in the above URL:

ADODB.Fields error '800a0cc1'
Item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested  name or ordinal.
/ariviewer/display.asp, line 498

I know it's telling me that it cannot find the column name on the table.

Here is line 498:

If tables(tableID) <> "Husqvarna Equpment" Then
     Response.Write("<td>" & Recordset1.Fields.Item("Day").Value & "</td>")
     Response.Write("<td>" & Recordset1.Fields.Item("Week").Value & "</td>")
     Response.Write("<td>" & Recordset1.Fields.Item("Month").Value & "</td>")
Else
     Response.Write("<td>" & Recordset1.Fields.Item("Price").Value & "</td>")
End If

However if you go to this URL - http://projects.zanalysts.com/ariviewer/test.asp 
- it displays the table name followed by the column names for this table delimited by "-".

-Husqvarna Equipment-
-Equipment Description-
-ID-
-Price-

Unless my eyes are totally deceiving me, there is a column called "Price" in the Husqvarna table. The code below is used to display the column names.

For Each objTable in objADOXDatabase.Tables
   If objTable.Type = "TABLE" then
      tables(i) = objTable.Name
      If tables(i) = "Husqvarna Equipment" Then
         Response.Write("-" & tables(i) & "-" & "<br>")
         For Each objColumn in objTable.Columns
            Response.Write("-" & objColumn.Name & "-" & "<br>")
         Next
      End If
      i = i + 1
   End If
Next

Can someone please help me identify what I am missing?

Thank you!


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Question by:bigmoxy
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spprivate earned 800 total points
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Spelling mistake.
You have written  Husqvarna Equpment instead of Husqvarna Equipment.
Missing "i". does it help?
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by:bigmoxy
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OMG! I was staring at the code for so long I couldn't see the obvious. Thank you!!
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