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  1. #1
    the other steve Guest

    Default MSDatashape

    Can you you MSDatashape with Access? I&#039;m getting a "too few arguments error" I can&#039;t figure out what it is and perhaps it&#039;s a system thing.<BR><BR>Error Type:<BR>Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80040E10)<BR>[Microsoft][ODBC Microsoft Access Driver] Too few parameters. Expected 3.<BR>/TErebuild/play/test.asp, line 19<BR><BR>My connection string is:<BR><BR>Dim conn, propertyrs, agrs, strshapesql<BR>Set conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")<BR>conn.Op en "provider=MSDataShape; dsn=blah"

  2. #2
    the other steve Guest

    Default RE: MSDatashape

    OK, still no luck. Do I need ADOVBS?

  3. #3
    the other white meat Guest

    Default give it a try! <eop>


  4. #4
    the other steve Guest

    Default RE: give it a try! <eop>

    OK, I tried ADOVBS and I got the same error.<BR><BR>I&#039;m using MSDatashape with a DSN. Is there some extra argument I need?<BR><BR>Any ideas?

  5. #5
    the other steve Guest

    Default solved

    OK, the problem wasn&#039;t ADOVBS, whatever that is. It was in my Shape statement. It worked with and without ADOVBS.

  6. #6
    the other steve Guest

    Default MSdatashape kicks butt

    And I have to say MSDatashape kicks butt! (data manipulation butt that is)

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: MSdatashape kicks butt

    but how do you pass a parameter to one of the recordsets?

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