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  1. #1
    Gressling Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich)

    Hi,

    running the same ASP on two servers (one English, one German)
    gives on the German one: "Type mismatch".

    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich

    Here's the simple ASP:

    Set MyDb = Server.CreateObject("AspDB.Pro&#34
    Mydb.dbmdb=Server.MapPath("asp-test.mdb&#34
    MyDb.dbSQL = "Select * from products"
    MyDb.ASPdbPro

    We are testing a evaluation in a German bank.

    Regards,
    Thorsten.

  2. #2
    John Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich) (reply)


    Hi Thorsten,

    Try updating your system with Microsoft's latest ADO/MDAC 2.1 patch. You
    can find the link on our website. Go to www.aspdb.com/usefulllinks.asp.

    Thanks,
    John

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    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:03:54 PM

    Hi,

    running the same ASP on two servers (one English, one German)
    gives on the German one: "Type mismatch".

    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich

    Here's the simple ASP:

    Set MyDb = Server.CreateObject("AspDB.Pro&#34
    Mydb.dbmdb=Server.MapPath("asp-test.mdb&#34
    MyDb.dbSQL = "Select * from products"
    MyDb.ASPdbPro

    We are testing a evaluation in a German bank.

    Regards,
    Thorsten.

  3. #3
    Gressling Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich) (reply)

    No, thet's not the reason.
    Still the same error.
    (Your link didn`t work, but I got MDAC 2.1 ...)


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    John at 12/22/99 1:10:51 PM


    Hi Thorsten,

    Try updating your system with Microsoft's latest ADO/MDAC 2.1 patch. You
    can find the link on our website. Go to www.aspdb.com/usefulllinks.asp.

    Thanks,
    John

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    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:03:54 PM

    Hi,

    running the same ASP on two servers (one English, one German)
    gives on the German one: "Type mismatch".

    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich

    Here's the simple ASP:

    Set MyDb = Server.CreateObject("AspDB.Pro&#34
    Mydb.dbmdb=Server.MapPath("asp-test.mdb&#34
    MyDb.dbSQL = "Select * from products"
    MyDb.ASPdbPro

    We are testing a evaluation in a German bank.

    Regards,
    Thorsten.

  4. #4
    Frank Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich) (reply)

    When this kind of problem occurs always run the pure ASP utility - Datatype.asp to validate the IIS, ADO and ASP setup first.

    Frank


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    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:33:45 PM

    No, thet's not the reason.
    Still the same error.
    (Your link didn`t work, but I got MDAC 2.1 ...)


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    John at 12/22/99 1:10:51 PM


    Hi Thorsten,

    Try updating your system with Microsoft's latest ADO/MDAC 2.1 patch. You
    can find the link on our website. Go to www.aspdb.com/usefulllinks.asp.

    Thanks,
    John

    ------------
    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:03:54 PM

    Hi,

    running the same ASP on two servers (one English, one German)
    gives on the German one: "Type mismatch".

    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich

    Here's the simple ASP:

    Set MyDb = Server.CreateObject("AspDB.Pro&#34
    Mydb.dbmdb=Server.MapPath("asp-test.mdb&#34
    MyDb.dbSQL = "Select * from products"
    MyDb.ASPdbPro

    We are testing a evaluation in a German bank.

    Regards,
    Thorsten.

  5. #5
    Gressling Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich) (reply)

    Hello,

    I think we don`t talk about the same "datatype mismatch". I have always seen
    data out of the database! The "mismatch" error occours, AFTER the data is presented on the screen, on the location where the buttons (filter, next etc.) should appear. That´s the mysterious thing. Obviously the database is connected and read correct. But afterwards, proccessing more than simple ADODB operations, somewhere in ASPDB, that's the snag.

    Here's the whole screen:

    ©1998 Fk & Assoc. - Evaluation Copy. To order, visit www.aspdb.com.
    Display Record limit = 50
    # UniqueID ProductID ProductName UnitsInStock UnitsOnOrder UnitPrice
    1 1 101 Radio 40 10 40
    2 2 110 DVD Deck 3 4 280
    3 3 111 Remote 15 10 4
    4 4 112 Headphones 22 5 18
    5 5 115 Sound spa 30 50 22
    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich
    /Metadata/asp-test-pro.asp, Zeile 14


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    Frank at 12/22/99 7:48:12 PM

    When this kind of problem occurs always run the pure ASP utility - Datatype.asp to validate the IIS, ADO and ASP setup first.

    Frank


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    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:33:45 PM

    No, thet's not the reason.
    Still the same error.
    (Your link didn`t work, but I got MDAC 2.1 ...)


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    John at 12/22/99 1:10:51 PM


    Hi Thorsten,

    Try updating your system with Microsoft's latest ADO/MDAC 2.1 patch. You
    can find the link on our website. Go to www.aspdb.com/usefulllinks.asp.

    Thanks,
    John

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    Gressling at 12/22/99 1:03:54 PM

    Hi,

    running the same ASP on two servers (one English, one German)
    gives on the German one: "Type mismatch".

    aspDB-Fehler '800a000d'
    Typen unverträglich

    Here's the simple ASP:

    Set MyDb = Server.CreateObject("AspDB.Pro&#34
    Mydb.dbmdb=Server.MapPath("asp-test.mdb&#34
    MyDb.dbSQL = "Select * from products"
    MyDb.ASPdbPro

    We are testing a evaluation in a German bank.

    Regards,
    Thorsten.

  6. #6
    Mark H. Guest

    Type mismatch (Typen unverträglich) (reply)

    Thorsten,

    Here are our notes on this problem ("Type Mismatch&#34
    It sounds like a "foreign" language problem with Microsoft.
    Maybe these notes will help you ...


    ERROR:
    User gets a Type Mismatch when running asp-test-pro.asp.
    John Flueck had this problem with 1.11.23 Eval (Germany). This error
    message occurred just when the navigation buttons should have displayed.


    PROBABLE CAUSE:
    NT Option Pack's _German_ Setup on NT as well as on Windows 95/98
    copies/registers the localized Vb5Db.dll (Vb5De.dll, version 5.x) into
    %windir%system(32). After that the described problem occurs - finally a
    localisation problem, as assumed first.

    To solve the problem, Vb5De.dll can be renamed or deleted, and either
    the english version 5.x or 6.x of Vb5Db.dll need to be
    copied/registered. If the library was called in the active session
    already, a reboot is required before removing the localized version.

    I hope this helps.
    It sounds like an incompatibility with a foreign language dll.
    If you resolve your problem, PLEASE let us knopw how you did it!!

    Thanks.

    Mark.



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