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MTS / ASP Problem

MTS / ASP Problem

MTS / ASP Problem


I'm trying to call DLLs that are on MTS from an ASP page it involves using a recordset and placing the results into it.

I'm using Visual InterDev to write the ASP page and have reached the point where I need to do recordset.movenext. However when I type this Visual Interdev doesn't give me the movenext option or the movelast option or the EOF option. The menu is a strange mixture of ASP recordset functions and Transaction Server functions.

I need to be able to move the recordset forward. I know it ISN'T the cursor type on the dll.

Any help appreciated.

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RE: MTS / ASP Problem

Sounds like the parser that is used by Interdev is messed up.  Normally this can be attributed to not closing something off above that code properly though the error could just be from some memory corruption but I'd say the former.

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