Post as a guest Name. For some reason SQL Server is refusing to “find” this file. I had posted these sheet names earlier, so thought you were indicating the filename again. You can’t edit HTML code. The query is run on the SQL box so the file must be on that server.
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This only works if you set the application pool to Enable bit applications to true for a Classic ASP application however. There seems to be a solution to this problem now through Office System Driver Beta: Keep up to date – daily newsletter:.
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Our server is running Windows in 64 bit mode. Make sure the object exists and that you spell its name and the path name correctly.
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You can read topics. Does the file contain a sheet called “Markets”. Install the bit Oracle driver and enable 32 bit applications? Does the file exist in C: IF the application pool is set to Enable 32 bit applications the code works as expected; however the oracle driver I am using fails as it is only 64 bit.
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The query is run on the SQL box so the msdaqsl must be on that server. For some reason SQL Server is refusing to “find” this file. You can post emoticons.