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File Data Source Name String Method

File DSN string code is show below.  These connections can be used for Microsoft Access databases and many others. Dim conn as DB.Connection

Dim rst as DB.Recordset
Dim sql as string
'---------------
Conn.Open "FileDSN=your_file_DSN;" & _
                   "UID=username;" & _
                   "PWD=password;"

Where:



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your_file_DSN = The File DSN you have setup using ODBC connection in your control panel, or a DSN setup by the remote hosting company who hosts your website, or your in house network support group.

username = the username you have identified in the database, or the default 'Admin' username.

password = the password you have setup in the database or nothing  "Pwd=;" for no password.
'--------------  here we use the 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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