ASP Scripts

 

Q: Why is my ASP page is not running?

A: All hosting  accounts support ASP.  If your ASP page does not execute, it is because your script is returning errors that you can not see.  To see the error messages that the script is producing, please do the following steps:

Go to Tools ->Internet Options, click the Advanced Tab and go to the category Surfing and UnCheck the line that says:

show userfriendly HTTP error messages (or something similar)

 

Q: My ASP page is returning HTTP Error 500.  How can I see the detailed error messages?

A: To see the error messages that the script is producing, please do the following steps:

Go to Extra>Internet Options, click the Advanced Tab and go to the category Surfing and uncheck the line that says:

show userfriendly HTTP error messages (or something similar)

 

Q: Why is my ASP page returning "...must be updateable query.." messages  when trying to make changes to MS Access DB?

A: This happens when your .MDB file does not have WRITE permissions.  To fix the problem, go to your Hosting Control Panel click on File Permission and assign Read + Write to user IUSR_DEDI for the .MDB file.

File Permissions

 

Q: Why is my ASP page not working when trying to make changes to MS Access DB?

A: This happens when your .MDB file does not have WRITE permission.  To fix the problem, go to your Hosting Control Panel click on File Permission and assign Read + Write to user IUSR_DEDI for the .MDB file.

File Permissions

 

Q: My ASP page returns a ODBC not found error?

A: You get this error because you did NOT setup an ODBC connection yet.  Go to Control Panel and click on the Create ODBC/DSN icon to create an ODBC connection.

Create ODBC

 

Q: Why is my ASP Global.asa not working?

A: You must use your own domain name (http://www.yourdomain.com) to browse in order for your global.asa to execute. To enable the script place your global.asa into your root directory.

 

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