ASP Causing IIS & NT to Restart!???

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It shouldn't do anything to the server since this is client side script and doesn't even run on the server, all it does is serve the HTML. I would ask the ISP or host if their server is patched properly.
 

baywood

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Thanks Rockn

I thought that it might of been the SQL we are running against access2000?

I will speak to the ISP and ensure that they are fully patched.

Thanks

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It very well could have been a SQL script that would cause it to reboot if the script were not written correctly. A bad script can lock up the hosts CPU if it is poorly written. Close all objects and terminate them as well after your script executes. The host may have a query analyzer or some other way to monitor and test your script out.
 

baywood

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Hi Rockn

Really appreciate all your help with this, I think that it is an SQL problem, we develped the application in Dreamwearver Ultradev. The page is quite complex but I am sure it could have been written alot more efficiently.......but as with a lot of projects it was a matter of time etc.........

I can give you the source if you are interested, I haven't found the problem discussed anywhere on the web might be good for reference!?

Again thanks for your help, anything I can help you with (not likely) but the offer is there.

Many thanks

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