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Windows2008 & indexing services

Windows2008 & indexing services

(OP)
Hey smile

I have a server with installed indexing services.

It has stopped working from the search page . The error from the asp code:

CreateRecordset error '80004002'
No such interface supported .
/Default.asp, line 250

The default.asp line is:
250 > Set RS = Q.CreateRecordSet("nonsequential")

The page has been working. Indexing services are running and indexing. Creating a new catalog, restarting service still give the same error.

I have no clue what it could be. If I do a simple installation on a sandbox testserver, it works fine.

Hope to get some feedback here smile

Claus

RE: Windows2008 & indexing services

(OP)
Hey again. I did uninstall the latest service patch, endning up with this one:
Windows Data Access Components 6.0 (KB2698365) , which creates the error.

Now it works again.

/Claus

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