var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('290px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('270px');
Unanswered: please help me!!!! ASP GOT MAT AT ME
WINDOWS 2000 / SQL SERVER 2000/ DATA ACCESS(MDAC_TYPE 2.8) / ODBC, ADO
i dont know that i got in the right place, but want to get a little tip with the
==== ORIGNINAL SOURCE CODE ====
RedSql = " SELECT " _
& " T.MGM_NO AS MGM_NO, " _
& " T.POP_TITLE AS POP_TITLE, " _
& " T.POP_CONTENT AS POP_CONTENT, " _
& " T.TARGET_URL AS TARGET_URL, " _
& " ISNULL(S.IMG_LOC,'BLANK.JPG') AS IMG_LOC, " _
& " S.IMG_SIZE AS IMG_SIZE " _
& " FROM DILMUN_POPUP T, DILMUN_POPBACK S "_
& " WHERE T.IMG_NO = S.MGM_NO AND T.MGM_NO='" & REQUEST("MGM_NO") & "'"
Set RedRs = createobject("adodb.recordset")
RedRs.Open RedSql, BoardCon
PopupContent = replace(RedRs("POP_CONTENT"),chr(13),"<br>")
PopupContent = replace(PopupContent," "," ")
ManagementNo = RedRs("MGM_NO")
ImageLocation = RedRs("IMG_LOC")
PopupTitle = RedRs("POP_TITLE")
Target_url = RedRs("TARGET_URL")
ImageSize = RedRs("IMG_SIZE")
==== PROBLEMS' HERE ====
ALLL OF THE COLUMNS HAVE THEIR VALUES AND NOT NULL.
I GET UNEXPECTED RESULT VALUE FOR THE SPECIFIED COLUMN(eg, ImageLocation) WHEN I RUN ABOVE CODE FROM IIS.
Variable 'ImageLocation' is a value containing directory information like '/home/image/background/sample.gif')
The value 'ImageLocation' is displayed as 'NULL' even though that has value.
but All other values for columns are displayed perfectly normal
HAS ANYBODY SEEN THIS CASE?
i would be really appreciate if you have any comment, waiting for your reply ---
Ps) sometimes, variable 'PopupTitle' and 'Target_url' have the same symptoms.
==== MY CONTACT INFO ====
email : email@example.com, 101103256(ICQ), pchanjo(yahoo), firstname.lastname@example.org(msn)
Re: please help me!!!! ASP GOT MAT AT ME
If you put a Response.write RedSql in there follwed by a Response.end you'll capture the *exact* sql which you can cut & paste into Query Analyzer and run it. If you see columns resulting in NULL then the SQL needs fixing. Or you may want to modify your variable assignmments by appending a NULL string at the end. This prevents NULL errors...
...but I don't see how that column could return NULL given the sql.
ImageLocation = RedRs("IMG_LOC") & ""
u should use trim function
u should use trim() function to prepare u're values which came from u're database.
for example u should use Response.Write(trim(ImageLocation)) instead of Response.Write(ImageLocation).