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odbc. Problems with sqlbrowseconnect

odbc. Problems with sqlbrowseconnect

odbc. Problems with sqlbrowseconnect

(OP)
Hello! How can I browse the sql servers on the net from a workstation in Windows 9x. I execute the function with de DSN or the driver and the stringout is empty. I hope the name of the server(s). When I execute the function from a server the stringout is '(local)'. The next call to the function to obtain the databases is ok.

RE: odbc. Problems with sqlbrowseconnect

I am using a DSN-less connection:
Don't know if this will work for you or not.
In my case the SQL server database is hosted by our ISP thus the "server=WEB_SERVER.com;"

<html>
<%@ Language=VBScript %>
<head>

<title>Brochure Request</title>
</head>

<body>
<%
    Set Conn = server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
    Conn.Open "driver=SQL Server;server=WEB_SERVER.com;uid=USERID;pwd=PASSWORD;database=YOUR_SQL_DATABASE_NAME;"
    Set RS = Conn.Execute("SELECT field_name FROM [tablename]")

    somevalue=RS("field_name ")

%>

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