MS Access + ASP + ADO + OpenSchema + error - Unspecified Error

MS Access + ASP + ADO + OpenSchema + error - Unspecified Error

Post by abcd » Sun, 07 May 2006 07:30:18


I am using MSAccess 2003 as my DB, ASP page my front end. My access file is
in the temp folder which ahs IUSR_Machine permissions. My asp page works
fine, connects to DB and retrieves what I want. Now, when I open my db file
in Microsoft Access in Exclusive mode my ASP page doest establish a
connection which is correct as exclusive open locks the files and prevents
further connections. Upto here no problem.


Now when I close that opened Microsoft Access instance, my web page resumes
working. If I refresh it, it works. The third time I refresh the page I get
"Unspecified Error". Again if I refresh it works and again if I refresh I
get "Unspecified error" when I debugged it fails at connection open.


Here is my code snippet..


if strConnString <> "" then

objConn.Mode = 3

objConn.ConnectionTimeout = 30

objConn.CursorLocation = 3 'adUseClient

objConn.open strConnString

set oTmpRs.ActiveConnection = objConn

Set oTmpRs = objConn.OpenSchema(4, Array(Empty, Empty, tmpStrTable,
Empty))

Set oTmpRs.ActiveConnection = Nothing

set rsColumns = oTmpRs.Clone

set oTmpRs = nothing

objConn.Close

end if

set objConn = nothing







Can anybody tell me what's wrong here..what could be the root cause of this
problem..



I tried almost all solutions I know and found in search engines..but not yet
solved this issue..



thanks
 
 
 

MS Access + ASP + ADO + OpenSchema + error - Unspecified Error

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