Bringing Server In-house.... any issues?

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    Chad1 Guest

    Default Bringing Server In-house.... any issues?

    We just brought our server in house. Is there anything I should be aware of or any lines of code that will have to change?<BR><BR>None of my .ASP programs seem to work anymore...<BR><BR>any ideas?<BR><BR>Thanks all!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Define "Bring In House"

    ...Is this an internet site? If so, is your server accessible over the internet via your network configuration?<BR><BR>You shouldn&#039;t have to change any code...

  3. #3
    cahd1 Guest

    Default Let me clarify

    We had our site hosted by our network consultant with his company. Now, we host it ourselves. The site is up and running but I get errors like:<BR><BR>ADODB.Connection error &#039;800a0e7a&#039; <BR><BR>ADO could not find the specified provider. <BR><BR>/MembersOnly/loginap.asp, line 12 <BR><BR><BR>on code that worked fine before. Is this a permissions thing? Perhaps a drivers issue? Can/should I change my code:<BR><BR>myconnect="PROVIDER=Microsoft.Jet.OLE DB.4.0;DATA SOURCE="<BR>myconnect=myconnect & server.mappath(dbname)& ";"<BR><BR>to point to a DSN?<BR><BR>thanks<BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR><BR>

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Let me clarify

    Do you have Access 2000 installed on your Server?<BR><BR>Try <BR><BR>"DRIVER={Microsoft Access Driver(*.mdb)};DBQ="&server.MapPath(databaselocati on)<BR><BR>HTH<BR>Dave<BR>

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Most likely a permissions problem...

    ...I&#039;ll assume you&#039;ve got the latest MDAC installed on your server. I&#039;d check to make that the appropriate IUSR_??? account has got the proper permissions for the folder that the database is sitting in.

  6. #6
    chad1 Guest

    Default Nope...

    I have Access &#039;97 installed. If I install Access2K will it automatically add the nessecary drivers for the web site?<BR><BR>Oh, and it&#039;s not taking that line of code you provided :<BR><BR>Microsoft VBScript compilation error &#039;800a03ee&#039; <BR><BR>Expected &#039;)&#039; <BR><BR>/MembersOnly/loginap.asp, line 11 <BR><BR>DRIVER=(Microsoft Access Driver(*.mdb));DBQ="&server.MapPath(dbase)<BR>------------------^<BR><BR><BR>CMS

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