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acces database not working on server

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I have a simple database in ms access, one table with some 10-15 recordets.
When creating web page in asp (vbscript) on my local machine, which displays
the contents of access database, everything works fine (on local server,
dreamweaver, inetpub/ etc etc...).
Problem appears when i upload entire site (form my
d:\inetpub\wwwroot\site_name) to my web server. Server is based
on NT techn., all the html files appear normally, but this page in asp wont
show up (HTTP500 internal server error shows up).
Can anybody give me a hint what has to be changed? connection string? path?

Many thanks.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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CJM
If you are using IE, click on Tools\internet Options\Advanced and UNCHECK
the 'Show firndly HTTP error messages' checkbox. This should give you a more
meaningful error message.

When you get the ASP error message, post a new question to
microsoft.public.inetserver.asp.db

Chris

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I have a simple database in ms access, one table with some 10-15 recordets. When creating web page in asp (vbscript) on my local machine, which displays the contents of access database, everything works fine (on local server,
dreamweaver, inetpub/ etc etc...).
Problem appears when i upload entire site (form my
d:\inetpub\wwwroot\site_name) to my web server. Server is based
on NT techn., all the html files appear normally, but this page in asp wont show up (HTTP500 internal server error shows up).
Can anybody give me a hint what has to be changed? connection string? path?
Many thanks.

Jul 20 '05 #2

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