Please help, the server.createobject doesn't

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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default Please help, the server.createobject doesn't

    &nbsp;<BR>Hello, <BR>I&#039;m trying to use the default cmsample site from Microsoft Site Server<BR>3.0 to configure it, but when I&#039;m running it, I can&#039;t go to other<BR>sites rather than the default page. It keeps bugging me with an error<BR>message.<BR><BR>I have read other messages to install the msderun.dll, but that didn&#039;t<BR>help.<BR>Ofcourse I installed IIS5 and I&#039;m running from a 2000 Advanced Server.<BR>For the rest: ADO 2.5, so that shouldn&#039;t be a problem at all.<BR><BR>I copied the whole site server directory into my wwwroot, so it can<BR>find every directory.<BR><BR>Does anybody know how to solve this problem?<BR><BR><BR>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<BR>Server object, ASP 0177 (0x800401F3)<BR>Invalid ProgID. For additional information specific to this message<BR>please visit the Microsoft Online Support site located at:<BR><BR>/microsoft site server/data/publishing/cmsample/approve.prf, line 33<BR>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<BR><BR> if ( IsEmpty( SSPMConn ) ) then<BR>Line 33--&#062; Set SSPMConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection.1.5")<BR> SSPMConn.ConnectionString = "provider=MSIDXS;"<BR> SSPMConn.Open<BR> end if<BR><BR>--------------------------------------------------------------------------------<BR><BR>Thanks for helping me out!<BR><BR>Job<BR>

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Some suggestions....

    This URL came out in the search of MSDN that I did. You should try that resource:<BR><BR>;EN-US;q266626<BR><BR>However, since all you&#039;re doing is creating a connection object, you can remove the version information and just do this:<BR><BR>Set SSPMConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR><BR>Rem oving the ".1.5" removes the exact incarnation you&#039;re after. Sometimes this is a bad thing, especially with Site Server, but it should probably make the whole thing work if it&#039;s just after ADO.<BR><BR>Btw, you HAVE got Site Server running on that system, haven&#039;t you? Correctly installed, etc? Would certainly cause that error if not!<BR><BR>Also, you may wish not to post so much - I have seen this post a couple of times.<BR><BR>Craig.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default CROSSPOST *also* answered in db!

    check faq#110 on

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