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    hm... trying to learn asp in dreamweaver, i have it set up right and it appears to be working for the most part... now my question, does my server require special software to run this (i think its an access database, but im not sure)??

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    scratch that... it doesn't work right, does anyone know of a good Dreamweaver and ASP tutorial other than the **** one that comes w/ dreaweaver??

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    its not THAT hard...if you've done some DB stuff in VB before it should be pretty self explanatory

    make sure you upgrade to dreamweaver 4.01, the 4.0 one has a load of bugs

    you'll have to run IIS (NT/2K/XP Pro) and (maybe) have access installed or some version of MsJet

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    meh.

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    and be wary of .ldb files...htey come up for some weird reason when there is an asp error and your database gets locked...

    you ahve to close dreamweaver (pain i knwo) and delete the ldb, and then start all over again

    if anyone knew how to get these things to NOT LOCK..please do tell

    -C
    meh.

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    .ldb files are files created by access!!
    They contain the names of the computers using your database. It used by access for managing concurrent connections etc.
    You cant get rid of them unless you open the database exclusively!

    Use visual studio Inter Dev it's so much easier for ASP!

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    dude, ASP sux !! use PHP its sooo much beter and easier to use

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    siyan: uh... that sux, i can't run IIS (i could run another server though, so i may try it... and im using dreamweaver 4 ultradev, works fine for me...

    beaker: i don't have it, and im too lazy to d/l it from someone...

    ubunreal: not an option, i want to do the whole thing in dreamweaver to make it easier on me, and i can't write php in dreamweaver...

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    You can write PHP in <i>Notepad...</i>
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    Originally posted by filburt1
    You can write PHP in <i>Notepad...</i>
    OR write it straight into the source through Dreamwerver *AHEM* :Eric: why do you need to use DW ??? why u trying to make it easy ??

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    Originally posted by filburt1
    You can write PHP in <i>Notepad...</i>
    yes, then i'd have to learn another language... im occupied w/ vb and learning C++ at the moment...


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