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Database Updating Problem - ASP JavaScript

Thread began 3/15/2010 6:59 am by arodriguez394222 | Last modified 3/15/2010 2:04 pm by arodriguez394222 | 1565 views | 3 replies


Database Updating Problem - ASP JavaScript

I'm working with ecart 4 ASP JavaScript, and I recently added new information to the database (new categories to be specific).

I can see the changes when I load the asp pages using my local testing server, but when I load the same page on the web I'm not able to see the changes made to the database.

I have uploaded to the server on my Host: the database itself, connection files, asp pages modified.

Here it's the link:


I should see 20 categories, instead I'm seeing only 10.


Rafael Ordaz

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