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HELP! Retriving field names and properties from MS Access database using ASP

Hi everyone!

I have a really frustrating error and need help.
I’m trying to do a function that gets the properties and names
of the fields in a MS Access database using ASP. I haven’t
programmed in a while so I’m quite lost.

Once I have the my database structure I will insert the corresponding
fields from a web form but the database is huge and I want to be able
to change the database and form without changing the ASP code all the
time.

This is my function that is not working yet. I cant seem to connect
properly to the database...

Function InsertDataBase()
'# I connect with Conn earlier which works fine.

	Dim Rec 
	Set Rec = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Record")
	Dim Fld
	
	DBUrl = Server.MapPath("/_Data/Mydb.mdb") '#
"http://myserver/_Data/Mydb.mdb"

	'# Get the database structure
	Dim ConnDir
	Set ConnDir = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
	Response.write Server.MapPath("/_Data/")
	'ConnDir.Provider = "ExOLEDB.DataSource" '# This row gives the error:
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
	ConnDir.Open "http://myserver/_Data" '# This row (_Data is a
directory) gives the error: [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data
source name not found and no default driver specified
	Rec.Open "http://myserver/_Data/Mydb.mdb", ConnDir

	'Rec.Open DBUrl, Conn, adModeReadWrite

	'# Validate each field according to the structure and create SQL
statement
	strSQL = "INSERT INTO Andres ( "
	strVALUES = ""
	For Each Fld in Rec.Fields
 		Response.write "<BR>Fieldsssss: " & Fld.Properties(.Name) & " " &
Fld.Properties(.Type) & " " & Fld.Properties(.Size)
		strSQL = strSQL & "[" & Fld.Properties(.Name) & "], "
	
		strVALUES = strVALUES & "'" & validate(
Reqsafe(Fld.Properties(.Name)), Fld.Properties(.Type),
Fld.Properties(.Size) ) & "', "
	
	Next
	strSQL = Left( strSQL, len(strSQL)-2) ' Removes the last ", "
	strVALUES = Left( strVALUES, len(strSQL)-2) ' Removes the last ", "
	strSQL = strSQL & " ) VALUES ( " & strVALUES
	Rec.Close
	
	'# Execute SQL statement
	set rs = conn.execute(strSQL)
	
End Function

I would really appreciate all help or suggestions I can get!!! Thanks
in advance!

Patricio
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9/21/2003 6:36:33 PM
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Malcolm Turnbull's tax two-step: focus shifts to super, rental properties, expenses
Longstanding tax breaks for superannuation contributions and investment properties are in the frame as the Turnbull government scrambles for ...

General Growth Properties CEO Sandeep Mathrani Clarifies Statement About Amazon
GGP Clarifies Statement About Amazon CHICAGO( BUSINESS WIRE )General Growth Properties, Inc. (NYSE: GGP) Chief Executive Officer Sandeep Mathrani ...

Developer, Sound Transit ‘really close’ on $25 million deal for Broadway light rail properties
As controversy swirls around its plans for an anchor tenant in the project, a representative for Gerding Edlen said the developer is “really ...

LaSalle Hotel Properties (NYSE:LHO) Receives $30.67 Consensus Price Target from Analysts
Shares of LaSalle Hotel Properties (NYSE:LHO) have been given a consensus rating of “Hold” by the nineteen research firms that are presently ...

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