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can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

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I'm beginning in VBScript, and tried a simple update query using SQL, but it doesn't work... on the line that calls the Execute of the ADOCommand.

is there something else I have to download or it's only that my code is all wrong?

Thanx

Guille

RE: can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

Doesn't ADO provide a read-only recordset by default? I think that you have to set the locking to optimistic?

RE: can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

The Command object doesn't support an Execute method. In it's simpliest iteration, to update a DB with ADO...

Dim oConn, strSql, strConn
oConn = Server.Createobject("ADODB.Connection")
strConn = "DSN=Northwind;uid=sa;pwd=;"
oConn.Open strConn
strSql = "UPDATE customers SET contactname = 'Jeff' WHERE customerId = 'ALFKI'"
oConn.Execute strSql
oConn.Close
Set oConn = Nothing


Note: I did not have to use the Command object, instead I called the execute method on the Connection object. FYI the command object is used primarily to optimize the command by setting command properties, (CommandType, CommandTimeout, etc.) and to access the Parameter collection if you're using stored procedures (although you don't really even need to do that to use stored procedures). You could optimize your ADO by creating a command object and then setting the ActiveConnection property and CommandType properties appropriately.







RE: can't make an ADOCommnad.Execute work in IE 5

I tried using the above code and I get a server error. On the oConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") line. Am I doing something wrong ?

Please reply to jbaker@tmctech.com

Thanks
-Jason

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