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Welcome to the ASP Forum. I love Classic ASP. My whole web site is built with that, Javascript, and of course HTML from scratch. Post your questions here. Feel free to ask about ASP.NET too. I'm not an expert (yet) but I can make my way around it, and yes, I'm brushing up my skills to I can prepare some ASP.NET lessons soon.

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Eric Cote 
11 months ago
Hi Richard,
I am an old programmer (Cobol, Business basic, Access, vba, sql...) for the past 12 years i was IT manager (managing budget, people, project...).. I'll retier in september and i want to learn ASP.net... Wath is the best way to start in your opinion? Read More...
Richard Rost
11 months ago
Personally, I think it's best to learn Classic ASP first. It's a lot easier. Once you grasp the concepts, move up to ASP.net if you like. My site (the one you're on now) was built with Classic ASP back in 2002 and it still works fine for me. I'll be adding ASP.net classes later this year.
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Kevin Robertson 
2 years ago
I am attempting to connect to my database using ASP.Net in Expression Web. I am using the following code:

dim conn
dim rs
conn = server.createobject("ADODB.Connection")
conn.open ("StoreDSN") Read More...


When I navigate to the page I get the following result:
System.__ComObject

Repeating for every record in the database. Any ideas?
Richard Rost
2 years ago
I've never liked using DSNs. Try this instead:

DatabasePath = "/full/path/to/your/database/whatever.mdb"
set Conn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Conn.Provider="Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;"
Conn.Open Server.MapPath(DatabasePath)


You shouldn't need the rs.ActiveConnection line.

And remember you don't need parentheses around statements that aren't functions and don't return a value. For example:

response.write rs("ProductName")

You don't need parens around that because you aren't returning a value from it.
Kevin Robertson
2 years ago
Thank Richard, finally got it working. Initially ran into the same problem until I made the followong change:

response.write (rs("ProductName").Value)

Set is apparently no longer supported, so had to leave it off.
Tried without the parentheses and got on error message.
Compiler Error Message: BC30800: Method arguments must be enclosed in parentheses.

Thank you once again and keep up the great work you are doing.
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Gerard Gates 
2 years ago
When will ASP.net be available? I hope you eye gets better soon..

Cheers
Richard Rost
2 years ago
This is a difficult question to answer. I've got a lot of projects in the works right now, mostly Access-related. I still have to update my Office lessons for 2019 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) I really love ASP and I use it every day. My site is built mostly with Classic ASP, and I've been teaching myself ASP.NET slowly. So it's something I really want to dive into for my own enrichment too. If I had to GUESS, I'd say this fall.

And thanks for the concern. Still blind, but I'm seeing a specialist next week.
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