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Error HTTP 400 Bad Request when trying to set up Access DB connection on Godaddy with Dreamweaver

I have been trying all sorts of methods to connect my Access Database on a remote server (Godaddy) using Dreamweaver CS3. I have triead to set up a DSN connection. I've tried a custom string using Server.MapPath. Service support at Godaddy cannot help. I keep getting an HTTP Error 400 Bad Request when trying to connect using Dreamweavers Database builder.

Can anyone suggest some ideas?

Thanks
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Jeffrey Coachman

8/22/2022 - Mon
Jeffrey Coachman

chadstalzer,

Contact GoDaddy tech support directly.

I am no web techie, and they have walked me through any problem I have ever had.
They speak palin english
There is never a long wait on hold
They a very knowledgable
They are freindly.
The Support is Free

JeffCoachman
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Jeffrey Coachman

chadstalzer,

The link states:
  "It almost always means bad programming of the client system and/or your Web server. "

So you should check your coding first.

Did you try contacting Godaddy yet?

JeffCoachman
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chadstalzer

Thanks. I also found that link. I have been on the phone with three Godaddy support techs to no avail. I even read them the link suggested above. Today I'm going to try Adobe support.
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