>>>>> "Peter" == Peter WR <pwr@stripped> writes:
Peter> I get below errormeassage when SELECTING a LONGTEXT field in ASP. When
Peter> changing the field back to VARCHAR everything goes fine.
Peter> Error message ...
Peter> Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'
Peter> [TCX][MyODBC]Can't create/write to file '\\sql7_0.ism' (Errcode: 2)
Peter> /dgh002m.asp, line 296
The above means that MySQL can't create a file at your root disk
How did you start MySQL?
Try restarting MySQL, but set the --tmpdir option to point at some
writable directory. Another option is to add to your c:\\my.cnf
(assuming you have a c:\temp directory)