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ADO-Trapping Oracle Errors

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Alt255, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Alt255

    Alt255
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    Hello everyone I have tried looking and using the Error collection for
    ADo Cennection, but I'm trying to capture a ORA-01017 error. The error
    handler I use is only report the VBA error
    -2147217843. Is this an actual VBA error that means "invalid login". I
    would rather capture the Oracle error, is there a way in ADO to capture
    the native Oracle Server Errors? ( outside of searching for the string
    the err.description)
     
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  3. RoyVidar

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    > Hello everyone I have tried looking and using the Error collection
    > for ADo Cennection, but I'm trying to capture a ORA-01017 error. The
    > error handler I use is only report the VBA error
    > -2147217843. Is this an actual VBA error that means "invalid login".
    > I would rather capture the Oracle error, is there a way in ADO to
    > capture the native Oracle Server Errors? ( outside of searching for
    > the string the err.description)


    Are you using the VB(A) error object, or looping the the errors
    collection of ADO?

    See for instance http://support.microsoft.com/kb/167957/EN-US/ or look
    up the Errors Collection in the documentation.

    --
    Roy-Vidar
     
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