Right click the file Click security tab If the iusr account is there, add the Modify rights (Write will be checked too).
Execute(sql) 'The website cannot display the page HTTP 500 Most likely causes: •The website is under maintenance. Go to the place on the server where the file is stored.
Create Object("ADODB.recordset") "Select Vch User Name, Vch Password, Bln Administrator from tbl User", conn do until rs.
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In truth, you have many options for setting up Linked Tables from Access; many RDBMSs (Relational Database Management Systems) and Microsoft Office applications for example - even Share Point and Outlook are options for linking tables back to Microsoft Access.There have been several deprecated components as well, such as the Microsoft Jet Database Engine, MSDASQL (the OLE DB provider for ODBC), and Remote Data Services (RDS).Some components have also become obsolete, such as the former Data Access Objects API and Remote Data Objects. We have old website that uses MS Access for its dbms. But when we have transferred it on new 64bit server, it fails on submit functions. If you have any compliments or complaints to MSDN Support, feel free to contact [email protected] db connection seems running ok but insert/update functions. Here is the code: dim fuser, fpass, duser, dpass, admin fuser = Trim(Request. Form("user Password")) set conn=server.createobject("adodb.connection") main_mdb = server. Open "Driver=; DBQ=" & main_mdb & ";" Set rs=Server.