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MSDataShaping giving error after migrating to SQL Server 2008

I have a Classic ASP & ASP.Net application that I have moved from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008R2. I have successfully moved this program to Windows Server 2008R2 before, but for some reason, this time, I am getting an error anytime the Classic ASP pages attempt to use MSDataShaping.  All other Classic ASP pages work fine. It is only when they try to use MSDataShaping.

Please help! I have been searching for an answer for weeks :(

Here is the error:
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Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server->DLL.Shape_DB.ShapeCMdWithRS(SHAPE {select * from employees where username in (select mgr_username from employees where empID in (select empID from time_off_requests where mgr_code=0)) order by last_name, first_name} APPEND ([select time_off_requests_view.*, employees.mgr_username as username from time_off_requests_view inner join employees on employees.empID = time_off_requests_view.empID where mgr_code=0} relate username to username) as timeoff, ...)@WEBSITENAME[version 4.0.480] error '80004005'

[DBNETLIB][ConnectionOpen (Connect()).]SQL Server does not exist or access denied.

My Connection String:
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Provider=MSDataShape; Data Provider=SQLOLEDB; Data Source = .\SQLEXPRESS; Initial Catalog=; User ID=;Password=


Here is the MSDataShaping Code (From the DLL):
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Function TimeOffAdminPending() As ADODB.Recordset

TimeOffAdminPending = RunCmdWithRS("select * from time_off_request_view where mgr_code =0 and empID in (select empID from employees where mgr_username = '" & username & "')")

End Function


My MDAC version:
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6.1.7601.17514
Microsoft SQL Server 2008Microsoft SQL ServerASPMicrosoft Legacy OSWindows Server 2008

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shawnda v

8/22/2022 - Mon
Big Monty

try the following with your connection string:

Provider=MSDataShape; Data Provider=SQLOLEDB.1; Data Source = .\SQLEXPRESS; Initial Catalog=; User ID=;Password=
shawnda v

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Changing the Connection String to SQLOLEDB.1 didn't have any affect. Any other ideas?
shawnda v

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I don't know if this is related.....

I created a Test.UDL to test the SQL connection. If I select "MSDataShape" on the "Provider" tab, I get "Interface not supported" on the "Connection" tab.

Is there something that needs to be enabled for MSDataShape?
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almost sounds like it's not installed on the server. did you go through this checklist to help in troubleshooting?

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/328306
shawnda v

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I've been pouring over that checklist, and I'm not finding anything that solves the problem.
Sorry it took me so long to respond, I just wanted to make sure I was thorough in checking everything I could have (plus I got pulled away to a couple other projects).

I am thinking maybe I am missing a DLL or an ActiveX file that Datashape is attempting to rely on??

Do you have any other ideas????
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Unfortunately the suggestions did not lead me to a solution. I didn't get any further responses after my last comment, so I went ahead and found another way to get what I needed w/out resolving the error.
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