At 02:45 PM 2/25/2003, Dougal Campbell wrote: >I get an ASP error indicating that the recordset cursor could not be >updated. The ASP code is identical between the two versions on this >particular server. And the *exactly identical* code runs find on our >test server. The problem is not in the ASP code, it is somewhere higher >in the hierarchy of IIS. Ok - couple of shots in the dark: Does the DB User account you are using have write/update access to the target DB Tables? Under your Target Virtual Server Properties, Home Directory Tab: My normal setup has Execute Permissions: Scripts Only Application Protection: Medium (Pooled) The last thing I would do is write a very simple script that tries to do what the problem script is failing at. See if you can isolate further what is going on. Maybe even create a new virtual service and see if that fails too. -- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."