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Default Ch 15 Add User Query!!

I have managed to add a new user.

However when I try and add another one without starting a new browser I get the following message:

Type Mismatch
        /BegASP/addUser.asp, Line 9


Line 9 of addUser.asp is:

rsUsers.Filter = "PersonID='" & Session("PersonID") & "'"

What am I doing wrong? Any help would be great!!!

Thanks

Dave



 


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