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Default using asp.net code in classic ASP (audit log)

First let me thank you guys for your amazing work here which have helped me enormously in my work. I was going through thIS article http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/041608-1.aspx using which I have developed audit_log in asp.net and c# with mysql.

But the problem is I want to implement the audit log in classic ASP with oracle PL/SQL backend. I dont know whether same code given in the article will work if I replace MySQL with oracle statements or is there any way by which I can incorporate the given asp.net code into my classic ASP application. So if you guys have some time, can you help me out please. I really really need your help in this. waiting for your reply.

Thanks in advance


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