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Calculate Sum In ASP Classic

Calculate Sum In ASP Classic

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Below is the code and I recieve no errors but it write mo data in the response.write?

set rs = Server.CreateObject ("ADODB.Recordset")
Set conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.ConnectionString = "Provider=SQLOLEDB;Server=SERVER\SQLEXPRESS;Database=GE_Data;Trusted_Connection=yes;"
Conn.Open

sql = "SELECT Sum(Cost)-Sum(Credit) AS SumCx FROM [LedgerD] Where [LedgerD].[ProjectID]=" & strProjectID & " And [LedgerD].[MethodID] = " & 1 & ""
rs.open sql, conn, 3, 3

Response.Write(SumCx)

RE: Calculate Sum In ASP Classic

SumCx is a value only in the recordset the ASP script doesn't 'know' it exists.

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RE: Calculate Sum In ASP Classic

In programming terminology

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Response.Write(rs("SumCx")) 
If you have Option explicit in your code, it would have spotted that SumCx was not declared.

RE: Calculate Sum In ASP Classic

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Thanks guys works perfect with ether of xwb fixes

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