Example of using the Err object
 ' Instruct the Err object to ignore errors and continue to process and reset the Err object
 On Error Resume Next

 ' Connect to the Database
 MyDSN = "DSN=inet;UID=sa;PWD=qis"
 Set MyConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
 MyConn.Open MyDSN

 ' Open a Recordset
 Set loginRs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
 sqlStr = "SELECT userId, userName, creditLimit FROM users " & _
     "WHERE userId = '" & Request.Form(userId) & "'"
 loginRs.Open sqlStr, MyConn, 3

 ' Check whether required data exists, and
 ' if exists, read the data into Variables

 IF loginRs.RecordCount = 1 THEN
     userId = loginRs("userId")
     userName = loginRs("userName")
     creditLimit = loginRs("creditLimit")
     userId = ""

 ' Close the Recordset and the Database Connection


' Check if there was any error,
' if so, display a friendly error message.
' else display the information they requested.
IF Err.Number <> 0 THEN
    Response.Write "Sorry, due to technical problems, I cannot process your request now."
    Response.Write "
Error " & "has occurred. Please contact dbstar.com with exact web page name and error number for technical assistance." ELSE ' Display the Information to the Visitor if the data was retrieved END IF ' Disable Error Handling On Error goto 0 %>