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Hello,
I am receiving the following error description, 'For loop not
initialized', when running an ASP page on my machine (Win XP). The
exact same page is running fine on a development server (Win Server
2K). Has anyone run into a similar problem in which identical page
runs properly on one machine and causes error on another?

Best Regards,
Chad

Jul 22 '05 #1
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Chad wrote:
Hello,
I am receiving the following error description, 'For loop not
initialized', when running an ASP page on my machine (Win XP). The
exact same page is running fine on a development server (Win Server
2K). Has anyone run into a similar problem in which identical page
runs properly on one machine and causes error on another?

Best Regards,
Chad

Yes

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Jul 22 '05 #2
need more, like the code.

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"Chad" <cp********@rkc o.com> wrote in message
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Hello,
I am receiving the following error description, 'For loop not
initialized', when running an ASP page on my machine (Win XP). The
exact same page is running fine on a development server (Win Server
2K). Has anyone run into a similar problem in which identical page
runs properly on one machine and causes error on another?

Best Regards,
Chad

Jul 22 '05 #3
"Chad" wrote in message
news:11******** **************@ f14g2000cwb.goo glegroups.com.. .
: I am receiving the following error description, 'For loop not
: initialized', when running an ASP page on my machine (Win XP). The
: exact same page is running fine on a development server (Win Server
: 2K). Has anyone run into a similar problem in which identical page
: runs properly on one machine and causes error on another?

Please don't multi post. You've got a thread going in the vbscript NG with
the same question.

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Jul 22 '05 #4
In your experience, what has been the cause?
I am using a simple for next loop.

For m_lIndex = 1 To 10
' .......
Next

Thanks

Jul 22 '05 #5
Chad wrote:
In your experience, what has been the cause?
I am using a simple for next loop.

For m_lIndex = 1 To 10
' .......
Next

In my experience, it's been filesystem permissions. It's never been caused
by a simple for loop.

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Jul 22 '05 #6

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