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Dan
This is the most excruciating error I have ever had to deal with in 10 years
of programming with Visual Basic.
I am getting an error albeit intermittent most of the time, but I am now
getting it consistently on one of my aspx pages.

the following is the error:[OleDbException (0x80004005): Unspecified Error]

It happens on either one of two calls. It happens on command.Fill or the
Connection.open

I have been through every possible area of the internet looking for a
solution to the problem. Most of the suggestions have been in the area of
permissions which I have checked, double-Checked and Quadruple Checked. I
have also looked at the locking of the database.

I am using Microsoft Visual Studio.net 2003 and Microsoft Access 2003. My
access database resides in a folder in the IIS structure.

My connection string is the following:

Provider=Micros oft.Jet.OLEDB.4 .0;Extended Properties=;Mod e=Share Deny
None;Data Source=C:\Inetp ub\wwwroot\cecl p\dbase\ceclp_r edesign.mdb

The IUSR account has read and write permissions on both the DBase folder and
the Local, Temp folders

HELP - I am committed to having to use Access as my database so I need to
resolve this issue as soon as humanly possible.

Thank tyou in advance for any help

Mar 13 '06 #1
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Try setting permissions for the IWAM user as well.
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This is the most excruciating error I have ever had to deal with in 10
years
of programming with Visual Basic.
I am getting an error albeit intermittent most of the time, but I am now
getting it consistently on one of my aspx pages.

the following is the error:[OleDbException (0x80004005): Unspecified
Error]

It happens on either one of two calls. It happens on command.Fill or the
Connection.open

I have been through every possible area of the internet looking for a
solution to the problem. Most of the suggestions have been in the area of
permissions which I have checked, double-Checked and Quadruple Checked. I
have also looked at the locking of the database.

I am using Microsoft Visual Studio.net 2003 and Microsoft Access 2003. My
access database resides in a folder in the IIS structure.

My connection string is the following:

Provider=Micros oft.Jet.OLEDB.4 .0;Extended Properties=;Mod e=Share Deny
None;Data Source=C:\Inetp ub\wwwroot\cecl p\dbase\ceclp_r edesign.mdb

The IUSR account has read and write permissions on both the DBase folder
and
the Local, Temp folders

HELP - I am committed to having to use Access as my database so I need to
resolve this issue as soon as humanly possible.

Thank tyou in advance for any help

Mar 22 '06 #2

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