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Old May 24th, 2007, 12:12 PM
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Okay, it looks like you have a local database on a local IIS server, using ColdFusion to connect to the local database.

I think this is managed through the IIS data connections. If not, go to the control panel, then Administrative Tools, then Data Sources (ODBC) and define a system DSN. (sorry, I was saying DNS before).

It seems to me that you define this in IIS though. Perhaps you have to create it in the system data sources first. I also recall that if you save the database file to the virtual folder, IIS will ask you if you want to create a data source.

Did any of this help?

mmcdonal