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Hi, I´m trying to use an ADODB Recordset.

If I´m running my script under Windows XP everything is ok.

If I´m using Windows 7 I get the following error:

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The content of the line is "$value=$rs.Fields($Row).Value".

After removing the ".Value" the error disapears, but I don´t get the value...

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Hi,

if you have 32 Bit XP and 64 Bit Win 7 this link could be helpful:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971987

;-))

Stefan

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I think I remember running into a similar issue. Try this:

$value=$rs.Fields.Item($Row).Value
Edited by zorphnog

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Also, if you have changed the version of office you are using it will break things like that.


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I think I remember running into a similar issue. Try this:

$value=$rs.Fields.Item($Row).Value

Hey, it didn´t work...

I get the error on 32- & 64-bit Windows 7...

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Hey there, just tried $recordset.getrows()

Same Error, in this way, any idea?

The interesting thing is that the error only occures on some win7 machines...

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This is the error again:

The requested action with the object has failed.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

What version of Office?

Did you make sure to also put the AccessConstants.au3 file in your include folder?

Also, run your script from Scite and then post the error returned. I want to see exactly where it's failing and that should give a better indication of what's happening.

Edited by GEOSoft

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Add a COM Error handler (see OBJ/COM Reference in help file). That should give you more detailed information on exactly what went wrong.

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Just saw that the database alias was not set in the registry. Setting it solved the problem.

(The key is: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\MSSSQLSERVER\Client\ConnectTo)

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