You're right - you can't use an HTTP address as the data source. It has
to be a local file. If the database is on the same server, then this
should be no problem.
"Phil Perks" <philp@w...> wrote in message
> --Original Message-----
> From: Crystin Slade [mailto:Crystin.Slade@c...]
> Sent: 03 March 2000 11:50
> To: support@w...
> Subject: Active Server Pages 3.0 2-6-10
> I am using a connect string to connect to an Access Database as
> strcalconn = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0; Data
> I am getting the following error when I try to connect to the
> have checked the spelling and case and it is all correct. I suspect
> problem is using a URL instead of a standard filename. Could you
> sugggest how I get around this as I have tried many things so far to
> Microsoft JET Database Engine error '80004005'
> Not a valid file name.
> /calexpress/processdata.asp, line 35
> Best regards
> Crystin Slade