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Default Service Pack 2 Bug Fix

I would like to mention my last topic about database connection.

http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=25535

I found this solution for my problem. Because XP SP2 did enable firewall after installaiton. So I couldn't see tables in my database from Application panel.

Everyone can download Bug Fix extension at
http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/kn...fm?id=tn_19515

"Database connectivity fails with local ASP.NET and ASP servers

ASP.NET issue: When using a local ASP.NET test server running on XP SP2 with Dreamweaver (i.e. the Testing Server URL prefix is set to "localhost"), database connectivity fails. If you click the Test button in the OLE DB Connection or SQL Server Connection dialog box, it says the connection was made successfully. However, if you then try to browse the tables in the Databases panel or in the DataSet dialog box, the database tables do not display.

ASP: When using a local ASP test server running on XP SP2 with Dreamweaver (i.e. the Testing Server URL prefix is set to "localhost"), and you specify "Using driver on testing server" or "Using DSN on testing server," database connectivity fails. If you click the Test button in the Custom Connection String or Data Source Name (DSN) dialog box, it says the connection was made successfully. However, if you then try to browse the tables in the Databases panel or create a recordset, the database tables do not display or you get the following error message: "Unable to retrieve tables from this connection, click on the 'Define...' button to test this connection."

Workaround: Download and install the Dreamweaver extension fix by Macromedia that resolves this issue (Ref. 179021). To use this extension, follow the steps below:

In Dreamweaver, select Site > Advanced > Remove Connection Scripts.
Quit Dreamweaver.
Install the extension.
Restart Dreamweaver and create a new database connection.
Note: This extension is compatible with Dreamweaver MX 2004 and Dreamweaver MX. The current version of the extension is 1.0.2. Version 1.0.1 resolved a database connectivity problem with the ASP VBScript server model. Version 1.0.2 includes the fixes in version 1.0.1 and also resolves compatibilty issues with Dreamweaver MX (version 6). You can see which version you have by opening the Extension Manager."



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