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    ADODB.Recordset error '800a0cc1'


    I am getting the following error message:


    ADODB.Recordset error '800a0cc1'
    Item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested name or ordinal.

    /costshare/fpdblib.inc, line 7

    Here is line 7 of fpdblib:
    If Not IsEmpty(rs) And Not (rs Is Nothing) and Not IsNull(rs(fldname)) Then

    I used Frontpage to create this, it has been working fine. How should I troubleshoot this?

    Thanks,
    Baze
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    The error is pretty straightforward.

    It says you are asking for somethign that isn't there.

    Do you have a field name named "fldname"?

    Because that is what you are asking for.



    FrontPage code sucks.

    This:
    If Not IsEmpty(rs) And Not (rs Is Nothing) and Not IsNull(rs(fldname)) Then

    could probably be just:
    if not rs.eof then
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    No, I have never had a field called fldname?? Where is it getting that from?
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    It's FrontPage. Who knows?

    What is the SQL you are using to get the recordset?

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