Table of contents
TOC
Collapse the table of content
Expand the table of content

SQL Property Example (VBScript)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
|
1 Contributor

Applies to: Access 2013 | Access 2016

The following code shows how to set the RDS.DataControl SQL parameter at design time and bind it to a data-aware control using the database called Pubs, which ships with Microsoft® SQL Server™. To test the example, copy the following code into a normal ASP document named SQLDesignVBS.asp on your Web server.


<!-- BeginSQLDesignVBS --><%@ Language=VBScript %>
<html><head>
<meta name="VI60_DefaultClientScript" content=VBScript><meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0">
<title>SQL Property Example (VBScript)</title><style>
<!--body {
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;BACKGROUND-COLOR:white;
COLOR:black;}
.thead {background-color: #008080;
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;font-size: x-small;
color: white;}
.thead2 {background-color: #800000;
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;font-size: x-small;
color: white;}
.tbody {text-align: center;
background-color: #f7efde;font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;
font-size: x-small;}
--></style>
</head> 
<body><h1>SQL Property Example (VBScript)</h1> 
<!-- RDS.DataControl --><OBJECT classid="clsid:BD96C556-65A3-11D0-983A-00C04FC29E33" ID=RDC HEIGHT=1 WIDTH=1>
<PARAM NAME="SQL" VALUE="Select FirstName, LastName from Employees"><PARAM NAME="SERVER" VALUE="http://<%=Request.ServerVariables("SERVER_NAME")%>">
<PARAM NAME="CONNECT" VALUE="Provider='sqloledb';Initial Catalog='Northwind';Integrated Security='SSPI';"></OBJECT> 
<!-- Data Table --> 
<TABLE DATASRC=#RDC BORDER=1><TR>
<TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="FirstName"></SPAN> </TD><TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="LastName"></SPAN> </TD>
</TR></TABLE> 
</body></html>
<!-- EndSQLDesignVBS -->

The following example shows how to set the necessary parameters of RDS.DataControl at run time. To test this example, cut and paste the following code into a normal ASP document and name it SQLRuntimeVBS.asp. ASP script will identify your server.


<!-- BeginServerRuntimeVBS --><%@ Language=VBScript %>
<html><head>
<meta name="VI60_DefaultClientScript" content=VBScript><meta name="GENERATOR" content="Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0">
<title>Server Property Example (VBScript)</title><style>
<!--body {
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;BACKGROUND-COLOR:white;
COLOR:black;}
.thead {background-color: #008080;
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;font-size: x-small;
color: white;}
.thead2 {background-color: #800000;
font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;font-size: x-small;
color: white;}
.tbody {text-align: center;
background-color: #f7efde;font-family: 'Verdana','Arial','Helvetica',sans-serif;
font-size: x-small;}
--></style>
</head> 
<body><h1>Server Property Example (VBScript)</h1> 
<H2>RDS API Code Examples</H2> 
<H3>Remote Data Service Server Property Set at Run Time</H3> 
<!-- RDS.DataControl with no parameters set at design time --><OBJECT classid="clsid:BD96C556-65A3-11D0-983A-00C04FC29E33"
ID=RDC HEIGHT=1 WIDTH=1></OBJECT> 
<TABLE DATASRC=#RDC><TR>
<TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="FirstName"></SPAN> </TD><TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="LastName"></SPAN> </TD>
<TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="Title"></SPAN> </TD><TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="Type"></SPAN> </TD>
<TD> <SPAN DATAFLD="Email"></SPAN> </TD></TR>
</TABLE> 
<HR><Input Size=70 Name="txtServer" Value="HTTP://<%= Request.ServerVariables("SERVER_NAME")%>">
<BR><Input Size=70 Name="txtConnect" Value="Provider='sqloledb';Integrated Security='SSPI';Initial Catalog='Northwind'">
<BR><Input Size=70 Name="txtSQL" Value="Select * from Employees">
<HR><INPUT TYPE=BUTTON NAME="Run" VALUE="Run"><BR> 
<Script Language="VBScript"><!--
' Set parameters of RDS.DataControl at Run TimeSub Run_OnClick
RDC.Server = txtServer.ValueRDC.SQL = txtSQL.Value
RDC.Connect = txtConnect.ValueRDC.Refresh
End Sub-->
</Script> 
</body></html>
<!-- EndServerRuntimeVBS -->

ACCESS SUPPORT RESOURCES
Access for developers forum on MSDN
Access help on support.office.com
Access help on answers.microsoft.com
Search for specific Access error codes on Bing
Access forums on UtterAccess
Access wiki on UtterAcess
Access developer and VBA programming help center (FMS)
Access posts on StackOverflow

© 2018 Microsoft