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error Asp 0115 - urgent!!!

By rhiegen ·
Dear Friends,

I?ve got my homepage hosted in a webserver which is also my PDC running Win NT 4.0 sp6 and IIS 4.0. Everything was normal but recently I started to receive the message error Asp 0115 unexpected error home.asp a trappable error occurred in an external object. The script cannot continue running.
I?ve run the Symantec Fixklez.exe to see if there is some virus but nothing is detected.
What can it be.
My home page is not be browsed now.

Thanks

Paulo

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by NetTek In reply to error Asp 0115 - urgent!! ...

Looks like you have some work to do. Check out:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/prodtechnol/iis/downloads/ixcptmon.asp
(There should be no spaces in the URL)

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by rapidad In reply to error Asp 0115 - urgent!! ...

from the microsoft web site:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q173741&


Cause
The following conditions cause the error to occur:

The elements of the submitting form are not named. For example, <input type="Text"> instead of <input type="Text" name="textinput">.
The form must have a "Input" or "Select" element. In other words, the form must pass values associated with the "Input" or "Select" tags to the server.
You have code that accesses the Forms Collection from a second Active Server Pages (ASP) page. For example, the "Action" parameter of the "Form" tag points to an .asp file other than itself. And the code accesses the forms collection via 'Request.Forms("var")'. NOTE: at this time we have been unable to reproduce the error when the "Action" parameter points to itself -- the .asp file in which the form is defined.
You have code that accesses memory; as in, 'Session("variable")=value'. This condition is very touchy, sometimes just changing the name of the variable will remove the symptoms.
Resolution
Name each element--including the form itself--in the form.

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Change the name of the variable, see condition 4 in the CAUSE section above.

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by rapidad In reply to error Asp 0115 - urgent!! ...

remove the & sign from the above address

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