Have you ever used &#039OpenSchema&#039 method of the connection object with QueryType as &#039adSchemaColumns&#039 to create a recordset and get the column information from a table in Oracle database? I tried this against the table in MS Access database and everything worked fine and I was able to show the column names and the input form elements(text boxes, selection lists, etc.) depending on the datatype of the columns on my ASP page. But, when I try the same against Oracle, I get the correct column names, But, this time I get two sets of those column names for any table! Is anybody there who has experienced this kind of problem before? <BR>Help... please!