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I have an ASP-VBSCRIPT/ASP CLASSIC program the problem is when am tryng to retrieve the data for example for editing... no data was displayed but i can view it from the list and its on my database.
withOut the error below, it works well. can anyone tell me what do i need to do with this?

ADO Security Warning:
This website uses a data provider that may be unsafe, If you trust the website, click OK, otherwise click Cancel.
Jul 18 '07 #1
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My guess is that you're trying to use ADO in client side script instead of server side.
Jul 18 '07 #2
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My guess is that you're trying to use ADO in client side script instead of server side.


Thanx for the effort.I appreciate it. I'ved already fixed it myself....

Have a great day.
Jul 18 '07 #3

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