There is probably a better way, and this is a bit of a hack... but... run regedit (Start/Run/type in "regedit" (less the quotes)), and then search (Ctrl-F) for ADO. Keep hitting F3 to search until you see ADO.Connection.2.1 If you don't see that, then you don't have 2.1! :)<BR><BR>When you find ADODB.Connection, expand that node, and go to CurVer. If, on the right, is says ADODB.Connection.2.1, then you are using 2.1...<BR><BR>Happy Programming!
try this:<BR><BR>Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR>respons e.write "This Server's ADO Version: " & objConn.Version<BR>Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR><BR>the re's a whole bunch of other Connection object properties which u can query. cheers.
I just d/l'd MDAC Component Checker from the downloads section on the UDA site. It looks at (analyzes) your files and registry entries and gives back a lot of info, including the version that "most closely resembles your installation". :)<BR><BR>http://www.microsoft.com/data/download.htm<BR><BR>gl
Here's a script which check the ADO version online.<BR><%<BR> set con=server.createobject("adodb.connection")<BR> response.write con.version<BR> %><BR><BR>Run this script online and you'll see the ADO version.<BR><BR>Mircea