My problem is that the error collection contains nothing even when I provoke a database error. I use a stored procedure to insert records in a database but when I get an error it does not show in the error collection. I use the command object to execute the stored procedure and use connection.errors.count to check for errors. However, even when I provoke a primary key constraint violation the connection error collection still contains no errors, and I have no clue on why that happens. Is there any configuration in ADO / SQL Server or IIS that should be set to trap errors? I use ADO 2.7, SQL Server 2000 and IIS 5. <BR>Any suggestions on what I should do?