asp fails to execute

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by denis, Oct 16, 2003.

  1. denis

    denis Guest

    after publishing a web to iis, asp pages based on a
    database fail to work. the browzer starts loading such page
    and never does- at some point the status bar stops and the
    page never loads without displaying any errors. the browzer
    shows that it is busy all the time.
     
    denis, Oct 16, 2003
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  2. "denis" <> wrote in message
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    > after publishing a web to iis, asp pages based on a
    > database fail to work. the browzer starts loading such page
    > and never does- at some point the status bar stops and the
    > page never loads without displaying any errors. the browzer
    > shows that it is busy all the time.


    You would have to post a lot more information than this to get a definitive
    answer, but one thing to look for - is there at any point a loop in your
    program that looks through an ADODB.Recordset? If the loop is looking for
    Recordset.EOF, and you do not have in your code Recordset.MoveNext, yes, you
    will get an endless loop that will prevent your page from ever finishing.

    R.
     
    Richard K Bethell, Oct 16, 2003
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