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asp_databases thread: ORA-80040e37

Message #1 by "Oliver Tomkins" <oliver.tomkins@g...> on Mon, 10 Jun 2002 17:23:41 +0100
	Hi guys, hoping one of you can please shed some light on a
problem that is really getting to me.  We have an inherited ASP
application that works fine with its SQL server back end.

We use a shared log-in application from our main site, which is
Coldfusion under Solaris talking to oracle under Solaris.  The NT box
running the mail application is hosted in house but the solaris stuff
external at our ISP.

When accessing this we often get the ORA 80040e37 Table or view does not
exist as a response.  Have looked through the MS knowledge base and the
only mention of Oracle is "New Oracle Views Incorrectly Named During
Save" which applies to Microsoft Visual Basic Enterprise Edition for
Windows, version 6.0.  This is not implemented.

Has anybody experienced a similar issue using ASP and Oracle?

Many Thanks,


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