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    How did I break working code?

    OK, my "War and Peace" posting code restructuring causes code failure is getting no responses, so let me attack it a different way...

    Please give me any suggests at random - kinda like how MS Windows problems are typically solved ...

    I have ASP command object that is working. Data is being fetched from the database and put on the web page.

    However I've restructured this code and now the ASP command does not work. The code stops execution as it hits the commandName.Execute line. As best I can tell all I did was rearrange where things were happening. I did not change the ASP command object itself.

    Any suggestions on trapping the error? I don't think VBScript has the "try ... catch" mechanism. I'm NOT using .NET.

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    Shouldn't you have posted this as a reply to the post you're talking about instead of leaving us wondering why there's a post laying out here rambling on about things that are clearly not visible to anyone looking at this thread?
    Check out the Forum Search. It's the short path to getting great results from this forum.

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    Shouldn't you have posted this as a reply to the post you're talking about ...
    No, because no one is reading it! But I should have put in a link to it:
    Code Restructuring causes execution failure

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    You can bump a thread by replying to it so no need to create another thread.


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