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HELP PLEASE!! one mdb - same machine - different domains

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Hi everyone!

Must deliver my project tomorrow....It's nearly finished.
I've set up a website to be published in 3 different domains.

- same webserver (I mean physically the same machine)
- same .mdb
- must display data on a page published on 3 different domains, with
different look and feel
- I use a dsn-less connection

I thought that specifiying the physical address of the .mdb in the
connection string was enough. But apparently it isn't. As far as I
know, can be also a permission problem. I receive a nondescript error
message on the other domains.

Is there a way to connect on a database in the same machine but
different domain?

THANK YOU!!! Barbara

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Pretty sure that you'll need a different front-end ASP for each domain.
-Ed

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Hi everyone!

Must deliver my project tomorrow....It's nearly finished.
I've set up a website to be published in 3 different domains.

- same webserver (I mean physically the same machine)
- same .mdb
- must display data on a page published on 3 different domains, with
different look and feel
- I use a dsn-less connection

I thought that specifiying the physical address of the .mdb in the
connection string was enough. But apparently it isn't. As far as I
know, can be also a permission problem. I receive a nondescript error
message on the other domains.

Is there a way to connect on a database in the same machine but
different domain?

THANK YOU!!! Barbara

Nov 13 '05 #2

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