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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Enterprise class not registered 6.5

    Today morning i tried connecting to sql 6.5 through enterprise edition got the following error


    SQL ole object could not be registered class not registered (80040154)


    I did shut down and restart, stopped and restarted the services
    bigfoots

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    As obvious this is a problem with the class or the associated OLE dll not being registered in the registry properly . You can use the regsvr32 utility to re-register it :-


    regsvr32 (path)\binn\sqlole65.dll

    And replace (path) with the full drive/directory that SQL Server is installed into.
    --Satya SKJ
    Microsoft SQL Server MVP
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    hello

    Thanks works very good


    One more question

    How best to display data on web without knowing any language
    bigfoots

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    I think its not possible to work if you don't know any language ( in terms of IT). Can you rephrase your question agian.
    --Satya SKJ
    Microsoft SQL Server MVP
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    I know sql and html

    I just know sql and html the basic

    any one language i can use to represent data on web and easy too learn

    like combination or reporting tools ( crystal report) and something else too
    bigfoots

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    Then no issues in representing the data on a web page.
    ASP with SQL is best combination I've seen so far (as I'm concerned).

    Refer to MSDN & Technet for SQL for further information.
    --Satya SKJ
    Microsoft SQL Server MVP
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    ASP AND SQL

    Representing data using sql and asp is enough

    I mean will it allow the user to choose say dates if i represent it on a drop down menu ( can asp do it i mean)



    In short will i be able to represents most of the data using ASP (JUST)

    OFCOURSE BESIDE SQL IN PROCEDURE OR FUNCTION
    bigfoots

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