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Old September 3rd, 2008, 06:16 AM
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Hi I get this error what does it mean?
Error Type:
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Exception occurred.

 
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This is the error I get and here is the code in that area. Please Help!!

<% if rsJob("Consultant")<>"" then
                        set rs4=sql_connection.execute("select * from consultants where pkConsultantID=" & rsJob("consultant"))%>
                        <%=rs4("Name") & " " & rs4("Surname")%>
                        <%end if%>

 
Old September 3rd, 2008, 01:56 PM
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Can you get a FULL error message???

If you haven't done so already, fix your browser:

-- Click on the TOOLS menu
-- Click on the INTERNET OPTIONS menu item
-- Click on the ADVANCED tab
-- *UN*check "Show friendly HTTP error messages
-- OK

Now try the page again and see if you get a more informative message.
 
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Thank you I got the problem sorted:D

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quote:Originally posted by Old Pedant
 Can you get a FULL error message???

If you haven't done so already, fix your browser:

-- Click on the TOOLS menu
-- Click on the INTERNET OPTIONS menu item
-- Click on the ADVANCED tab
-- *UN*check "Show friendly HTTP error messages
-- OK

Now try the page again and see if you get a more informative message.

:D






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