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Old July 6th, 2008, 06:05 AM
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Hi frakey,

The red exclamation mark comes from the server behavior that is no longer able to reconstruct itself from the code. For simple SQL queries it's able to extract the query and show it in the query box in Dreamweaver. However, as soon as you start messing around with the query through code, the server behaviors no longer work completely. As long as the code runs fine at runtime, you can safely ignore the red exclamation marks.

So, from now on, you're probably better off manually changing the code for these queries and skip the server behaviors (of course you can still use them for existing code). Or, better yet, write your own data access code which typically requires a lot less code (but a longer learning time as you need to understand the kind of code you need to write).



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