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Database Interface for FP 2003

Database Interface for FP 2003

Database Interface for FP 2003

hello all.. i have tried two times now to complete a database interface in my front page website.  All seems to go well until i put the db onto the server and try to access it though the browser.  I get this error... does anyone know what this might mean?  I get it on every page that i try to open under the db interface file.  Does anyone know of a really good tutorial on creating a db interface in FP?  I found one but it is for an older version of FP and it is so different that I am thinking I may have missed a step or something.  Thank you

Halcyon Active Server Pages error

login.asa ,Line 8
Script blocks must be one of the allowed Global.asa procedures. Script directives within are not allowed within the global.asa file. The allowed procedure names are Application_OnStart, Application_OnEnd, Session_OnStart, or Session_OnEnd

RE: Database Interface for FP 2003

I tried something different...I tried creating a form for "data entry" purposes...created a database and saved the formpage and the results page as an asp page...the database was created and when you submit you receive a confirmation of your submission but the database has no values in it and the results page says

Database Results Wizard Error
The operation failed. If this continues, please contact your server administrator.

Anyone have any ideas?  This is the most forthright way to do this if I could get it work....??? Thank you

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