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This example shows the method for the OLE DB Data Link database connection string.
Dim conn as DB.Connection
Dim rst as DB.Recordset
Dim sql as string
'---------------

Absolute path to the UDL file:
Conn.Open "File Name=UDL_filename.udl;"

Where:



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UDL_filename = The name of the Universal Data Link file as created below:

To create a Universal Data Link:

Create an empty text file using a text editor, such as notepad.  Save the file with a .udl extension.  Then, right click on the file and select Properties.  Fill in the connection specification fields.  Here is a snapshot of the 'connection' tab of the UDL connection properties editor screen:

UDL Database Connection Strings

'--------------  here we use the database connection

sql = "select sales_rep, dollars from sales_by_rep_chart"

Set rst = Server.CreateObject("DB.Recordset")
rst.Open sql, conn, 3, 3
Set Session("mysession") = rst
rst.movefirst
response.write rst!sales_rep

'--------------

Where mysession is any name for the session.

When done with the recordset don't forget to close it:

Conn.close
set conn=nothing

 











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