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Old March 14th, 2005, 08:40 AM
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urgent: Provider error '80004005'

Please help!

I'm writing a website.. I designed and coded the site on
my laptop. Now that I am finished I've uploaded the site
on an IIS server.

Information:
I'm writing the site in ASP, with an Access database.
Now that I've upload the site to ISS, I am getting this
error!

Error:
Provider error '80004005' Unspecified error

Qstion:
Who can help me out! I googeld the whole web, but
can't find the real answer. I'm guessing it has something
2do with the users&groeps on IIS...

Please help!

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Old March 14th, 2005, 01:24 PM
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Hey AB_Jeroen!

It's so typical of Microsoft: Unspecified Error? What do you mean Unspeficied Error? You wrote the application bloody bastard, how can an error be unspecified?

I have no idea as to what the error answers to (never been thrown one like that). I have a suggestion though!. Write down a page with only a response.write "hello planet" (I hate hello world!). If the page processes through, you're problem relies on the database. Otherwise, it's in the IIS configuration!

I would like to specify more, but I'm as lost as you on this matter!

Let me know what you find out!

Good Luck!

Anibal.

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I've never encounted this myself as my ASP skills are somewhat under-developed...

However, using this fancy new tool -- I believe the kids are calling it "Google" -- I was able to find some of the following pages.

Here's a list of possible causes...
http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/faq...atabase_faq.asp

Here's something from Macromedia:
http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/k...cfm?id=tn_15432

Note, the Macromedia page refers to some of their coding style...
you may need to massage it to suit your own uses.

Gotta love those Unspecified ones,eh?

(the first part of this post sounds sarcastic... i assure you it is meant in pure clean fun)

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Old March 14th, 2005, 02:42 PM
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.....And from motherboard arose a great being, powerfull in deed. And as he pointed his finger at the unworthy mortals that behelt with uncertain eyes said: "I am Google! Worship Me......and thau shall be found!"

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Old March 15th, 2005, 04:16 AM
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@MadCowDzz
I've searched the google all day long and I can find pleny, but not the real answer..

@all
This error is often used by ASP, it gets there if u get problems with policies, like users who can eddit the database. I've added IUSER with write/read rights, so that cant
be the problem

IIS is configured succesfully... The problem does nog accur, if I am the only one on
the website, but it does when many users get to the site.

Well I found the next thing, and it seemed logical...: ASP connects with a connection-
string... when u call a SQL database, the connectionstring is loaded, when u kill the
browser (or page) the connectionstring dies asswell.
But with Access, the connectionstring remains. There is a limit on these strings, (100)
so if many users connect, many strings are created

that seemed logical , haven't tryed it though...
I'll let u know
note: do you all understand me? im not UK but NL so..

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Old March 15th, 2005, 09:44 AM
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I see! That's too awfull!. Do you destroy the connection object once all the information is shown?
I mean:

oConn.close
Set oConn = Nothing

That might be a solution (only a temporary one). If you have 100 concurrent users, nothing can be done (except expand the number of connections supported).
My advice: Get rid of access....no good! Get yourself a real DB.

Good Luck Lad!

ANibal.

PS: off course I understand you. You can be greek for all that matters....english is english everywhere!

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PS: off course I understand you. You can be greek for all that matters....english is english everywhere!

haha thanks
Well, normally I use SQL, but now I'm afraid there's no other option, I have no ports once so ever, so I thought of a solution with Access... (NOT)

Well I'll keep searching, somewhere else, considering the average posts on this site, I
only see Anibal as a often visiter.

If I get out, I'll get back on this sub

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post the file as an attachemnt - change the extension to txt.

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post the file as an attachemnt - change the extension to txt.

?? ehmm :| why

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So we can have a look at the code to see what the problem might be. I doubt it's a DB connection problem, as that usually generates a specific message.

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Unspecified error

There are two reasons that I tend to get an unspecified error:

1. If you have a table open in access when you view the ASP page it will give you an error. Even after you close Access and try to view the page you will get an unspecified error. The only way to fix this is to stop and start the IIS Admin Service.

2. If you use a JET reserved word. For a full list go to:

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=248738

Hope this helps.

cheers

Ed

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