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HELP, keep getting 2 errors


HI All,
1st post here, i wonder if you can help. We are about to upload CMS t
a windows server and keep getting 2 errors below. We need to go LIVE an
it's delaying us.

An error occured when updating the database.
The likely reason is that write permissions are not set on th
'database' folder.
Please remember that write and delete permissions are also required o
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

SQL Query: UPDATE tblMenu SET [count] = 228 WHERE menuid=666;

IIS Said: Operation must use an updateable query.

An error occured when trying to creat
/nukedit/content/cache/menu1.js.

The likely reason is that write and delete permissions are not set o
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

IIS Said: Object required: Microsoft VBScript runtime error424
That's it - any ideas?
Cheers
Iai
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Jul 22 '05 #1
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Have you tried executing this query in SQL query analyzer with the same
user/password that is in your ASP script? Does it succeed? Is there a
primary key on the 'tblMenu' table?

How are you executing this query? Can we see the code?

Richard

"iainw" <ia**********@mail.codecomments.com> wrote in message
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HI All,
1st post here, i wonder if you can help. We are about to upload CMS to
a windows server and keep getting 2 errors below. We need to go LIVE and
it's delaying us.

An error occured when updating the database.
The likely reason is that write permissions are not set on the
'database' folder.
Please remember that write and delete permissions are also required on
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

SQL Query: UPDATE tblMenu SET [count] = 228 WHERE menuid=666;

IIS Said: Operation must use an updateable query.

An error occured when trying to create
/nukedit/content/cache/menu1.js.

The likely reason is that write and delete permissions are not set on
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

IIS Said: Object required: Microsoft VBScript runtime error424
That's it - any ideas?
Cheers
Iain

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Jul 22 '05 #2
On Sun, 12 Dec 2004 12:49:06 -0600, iainw
<ia**********@mail.codecomments.com> wrote:

HI All,
1st post here, i wonder if you can help. We are about to upload CMS to
a windows server and keep getting 2 errors below. We need to go LIVE and
it's delaying us.

An error occured when updating the database.
The likely reason is that write permissions are not set on the
'database' folder.
Please remember that write and delete permissions are also required on
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

SQL Query: UPDATE tblMenu SET [count] = 228 WHERE menuid=666;

IIS Said: Operation must use an updateable query.

An error occured when trying to create
/nukedit/content/cache/menu1.js.

The likely reason is that write and delete permissions are not set on
the 'content' folder and its subfolders.

IIS Said: Object required: Microsoft VBScript runtime error424


See:

How do I solve 'Operation must use an updateable query' errors?
http://www.aspfaq.com/show.asp?id=2062

Post full errors, and show code where relevant. Oject Required
usually is a coding error where you tried to use an object you haven't
instantiated.

Jeff
Jul 22 '05 #3

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