[thelist] Pass ASP query sting to SQL statement

Ken Schaefer Ken at adOpenStatic.com
Sun Aug 12 20:23:02 CDT 2007

The problem is that OP is specifying an undefined CursorType:

> videos.CursorType = 1


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3. I want to say the recordset connection code looks suspect, but it's been a long time since I've done Access. Try fixing the first two points above and see if they clear up the DB error. I think the error you see is because the query is invalid. Try executing the query within Microsoft Access, substituting the vidid. I will say that the error "Appears" to be complaining about the "source" property. I've never used it. Keep in mind that your version of ADO may not support this property. Try this:

dim strSQL
strSQL = "SELECT [SPECIFIC FIELD1], [SPECIFIC FIELD2], [ETC.] FROM videos where active='yes' and Id=" & vidid

...and then...


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