ASP Content Management
ASP Content Management
A free web content management systems application.

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Common Support Issues

Database Permissions
If you receive an error when setting up ASP Content Managment similar to the following.
Microsoft JET Database Engine (0x80004005) The Microsoft Jet database engine cannot open the file 'c:\inetpub\data\acm.mdb'. It is already opened exclusively by another user, or you need permission to view its data. /common/dbconn1.asp, line 7

It is most likely the permissions on the database. Check that the .mdb file is not read-only, and check the permissions on the .mdb file. The user named "IUSR_your_machine_name" needs to have write permission. Also double-check your path in "/common/dbconn1.asp" to be sure your pointing correctly to your database location.

Windows 2003
Must enable parent paths on Windows Server 2003, this is now disabled by default on new installs.
Personal Web Server/Chilisoft! ASP
PWS (Personal Web Server) and Chilisoft! ASP webservers have not been fully tested to work with ASP Content Management, you may have to add the following code to get it to work.
<%Response.buffer = true%>
at the start of the script and then use
<%Response.Clear%>
before response.redirect
Access 2000 Database in place of Access 2002
The download package comes with an Access 2002 database, if you'd like to use an Access 2000 database, you may download it here.
MySQL Version
Download the MySQL Database Version here.

The issues above are the most common support issues. If you still need assistance, please contact me and I will do my best to help. Thanks! Mike

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