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Hi out there!

im pretty new to asp developing.
For now, i want to implement a rdf newsfeed (i.e. from heise.de) to our intranet.
i already found a code example, telling me how to do that.

My problem is, that the output is not as expected.

I experimented a bit and found out, that windows is converting the ASCII RDF-feed to uft-8, when i load it via Microsoft.XMLHTTP object.

The Information provided by the XML File is:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
It seems as if the XML Object is ignoring this info.

Can somebody give me a hint?

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Hi & Hello,

Lately I wrote an ASP page to the
Index Server on the server machine for searching purpose. I am informed
that the Index Server is installed.

I am getting this error ...
    Error Type:
    CreateRecordset (0x80041820)
    Service is not running.

I am not sure of the real meaning in this error message, Index Server
problem or asp coding problem?

What may be the problem ? & what can be the solution ?

This error I am getting when I am executing my search code written in .asp... The OS I am using is Windows 2000 ... & the same code works fine on Windows NT!

Thanks & Regards,
Samir


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Hi Samir,

Please do not post new messages as a reply on someone else's post. First of all, your question has a different topic, so the forum is inappropriate. Second, you give the impression to the original poster that someone replied to their message, only to find out the answer has nothing to do with their original question.

For a new post, follow these simple steps:

1. Go here: http://p2p.wrox.com/default.asp
2. Select an appropriate forum. There is no Index Server forum (AFAIK), but one of the ASP forums will do.
3. Enter the forum, and start a new thread by clicking the "New Topic" link at the top of the page.
4. Enter an appropriate subject and your question as the message body.

If you follow these steps, people will read your message, while you keep these lists clean and with relevant answers to questions.

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