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    Having ASP problems with an advanced SQL statement

    Hi All,

    I am trying to track down where the error is.

    Below is the code that I am working on:


    SQL = "CREATE TABLE #t (WeekData INT); insert into #t select DatePart(ww, SubmitDate) from support where DatePart(yyyy, SubmitDate) = 2003 and DatePart(mm, SubmitDate) = 6; CREATE TABLE #t2 (JobNumbers INT); insert into #t2 select Count(WeekData) from #t group by WeekData; select * from #t2;" SQL, oConn, adOpenStatic

    <FONT SIZE="5" COLOR=""><B>Weekly job average/B> <%=rst(0)%><%=rst(0)%></FONT><br><br>


    Essential what I am trying to do is take some records that are in a particular month and then find what the weekly average is. To do this I have had to create a couple of temporary tables to house the data. When I run the above SQL statement in SQL Auery Analyser (comes with SQL server) I get correct information but when I put it into my ASP code I get the follow error:

    ADODB.Recordset error '800a0cc1'

    Item cannot be found in the collection corresponding to the requested name or ordinal.

    /apps/support/report.asp, line 78

    Now the line that it is falling over on is where the <%=rst(0)%>, and from what I have read the error message means that it can't find the field in the table.

    Am I trying to use SQL that will not work with ASP or am I missing something.


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    That error is commonly used as well when you mispell tables or fields that don't exist
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