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    Originally Posted by micky
    If you have installed IIS then it will be there in ur main drive like C:\Inetpub\wwwroot
    (quote from tutorial/Read me):
    "3) In IIS create a virtual directory named ..."

    I am not sure if IIS is installed on my computer. On one hand,
    I was able to find "Inetpub" folder on my C disk, and "wwwroot"
    in "Inetpub" folder, but on the other hand, I can't find IIS.
    Where is it?

    And also, what if I have an account on one asp supporting server,
    do I still need IIS installed on my computer or I just create any
    ASP script on the server and preview them on the server's file
    manager (it has a preview button there)?
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    Originally Posted by iconoclastic
    (quote from tutorial/Read me):
    "3) In IIS create a virtual directory named ..."

    I am not sure if IIS is installed on my computer. On one hand,
    I was able to find "Inetpub" folder on my C disk, and "wwwroot"
    in "Inetpub" folder, but on the other hand, I can't find IIS.
    Where is it?
    Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services

    Originally Posted by iconoclastic
    And also, what if I have an account on one asp supporting server,
    do I still need IIS installed on my computer or I just create any
    ASP script on the server and preview them on the server's file
    manager (it has a preview button there)?
    You can upload the files to you server, but you'll need to make sure you give proper permissions to the database.
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    Originally Posted by Memnoch
    Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Internet Information Services


    You can upload the files to you server, but you'll need to make sure you give proper permissions to the database.
    I have a problem regarding the IIS.I am using Windows XP SP2. I have created a system with ASP.NET(VB) front end and SQL Server 2005 DB. When I am opening these aspx files in VS 2005 then "View in Browser" it is showing an url like http://localhost:1850/ASP%20Pages/login.aspx and everything is working fine. But when I am trying to open the page from IIS in control panel then the same page is opening with an url http://localhost/OTPA/login.aspx and giving an error "Failed to access IIS metabase." Let me tell you that the pages are inside a folder ~/OTPA/ASP Pages and virtual directory is pointing at ASP Pages

    again, the same process is working just fine in Windows Vista

    Can anyone please help. Thank you for your time in advance...
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    Originally Posted by xisnuasp
    I have a problem regarding the IIS.I am using Windows XP SP2. I have created a system with ASP.NET(VB) front end and SQL Server 2005 DB. When I am opening these aspx files in VS 2005 then "View in Browser" it is showing an url like http://localhost:1850/ASP%20Pages/login.aspx and everything is working fine. But when I am trying to open the page from IIS in control panel then the same page is opening with an url http://localhost/OTPA/login.aspx and giving an error "Failed to access IIS metabase." Let me tell you that the pages are inside a folder ~/OTPA/ASP Pages and virtual directory is pointing at ASP Pages

    again, the same process is working just fine in Windows Vista

    Can anyone please help. Thank you for your time in advance...
    This is an ASP tutorial, not ASP.NET. ASP.NET tutorials are available in the ".NET Development" section.
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    please Host your Tutorial and send us link


    Please Host Your Tutorial And give us link

    please please coz we are unable to setup it in our PC

    Same error...

    Technical Information (for support personnel)

    Error Type:
    Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers (0x80004005)
    [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified
    /core/modules/common.asp, line 69

    And the code is...

    58 function db_open(connectionStringPayload)
    59 if isObject(objConn) then
    60 if objConn.state = 0 then
    61 set objConn = server.createObject("ADODB.CONNECTION")
    62 objConn.open connectionStringPayload
    63 db_open = true
    64 else
    65 db_open = false
    66 end if
    67 else
    68 set objConn = server.createObject("ADODB.CONNECTION")
    69 objConn.open connectionStringPayload
    70 db_open = true
    71 end if
    72 end function
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