||I am also getting an error message with the search application page (the viewer application page is running fine). It says:
Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'
[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data source name not found and no default driver specified
/website/ed1/global.asa, line 116
I can't use Glenn's solution, because we don't have regedit32.exe. We only have regedit.exe which does not have the Security menu. My sysadmin says that regedit32.exe is for Windows 2000 only, and we are using Windows NT 4.
Is there another way to change these settings?
My problem may be affected by how our system is set up - we have a separate web server and spatial server (both Windows NT). The web server is running IIS, the servlet connector, and the ActiveX connector. The spatial server is running IMS Admin, Manager, and Tasker.
On the spatial server, the ODBC Administrator (from the control panel) shows ESRI Shapefile as listed under both the User DSN and the System DSN tabs. There are no ESRI drivers available to load on the web server. I did install the JET Service Pack on the spatial server.
Does the ESRI driver need to be installed on the web server? Or do I need to specify a full path somewhere in the global.asa file?
Thanks for any help in pointing me in the right direction....