<% '============= Create and Open Database Connection ============= 'OPEN THE DATABASE If blnConnectToDB Then dim blnDBconnectionDown blnDBconnectionDown = false Err.Clear on error resume next set dbConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") 'Open the Connnection 'dbConn.Open Application("dbConn_ConnectionString") dbConn.Open "DSN=PostgreSQL30", "eere_news", "33reNews" ''New Error trapping. KC added 2/23/2012 If Err.Number <> 0 Then ''Response.Write (Err.Description& "

") dbConn.Close Set dbConn = nothing blnDBconnectionDown = true End If On Error GoTo 0 ''error trapping not working here KC removed 2/23/2012 ''tmpDBErrorNativeError = 0 '' For Each dbErr In dbConn.Errors '' strErrMsg = strErrMsg & _ '' "Source: " & dbErr.Source & vbCrLF & _ '' "Description: " & dbErr.Description & vbCrLF & _ '' "SQL State: " & dbErr.SQLState & vbCrLF & _ '' "NativeError: " & dbErr.NativeError & vbCrLF & _ '' "Number: " & dbErr.Number & vbCrLF & vbCrLF '' tmpDBErrorNativeError = dbErr.NativeError '' Next '' If (dbConn.Errors.Count > 0) AND (tmpDBErrorNativeError <> 5703) Then '' dbConn.Close '' Set dbConn = nothing '' blnDBconnectionDown = true '' Response.write(strErrMsg) '' Response.end '' End If dim arrErrors() Redim arrErrors(2,0) End If '============================================================== Public Function GetRS2(myCommand) On Error GoTo 0 'objConn: local connection object 'objRS: local recordset object 'objComm: command object passed in to the function Dim objConn, objRS, blnErrorLogged, objComm 'Create the command object Set objComm = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Command") Set objComm = myCommand 'Create the connection object Set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") 'Open the connection object objConn.Open "DSN=PostgreSQL30", "eere_news", "33reNews" 'Set the active connection objComm.ActiveConnection = objConn 'Create the recordset object Set objRS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") 'Set the cursor location for disconnected recordsets 'objRS.CursorLocation = adUseClient 'Turn on error handling for just a second ' On Error Resume Next 'Open the recordset 'objRS.Open SQL, objConn, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic Set objRS = objComm.Execute 'Response.Write "State = " & objRS.State & "
" 'objRS.MoveLast 'objRS.MoveFirst 'Response.Write "Count = " & objRS.RecordCount & "
" 'Response.End 'Check for an error ' If Err.Number <> 0 Then ' Response.Write "Database Error Occured

" ' Response.Write "Error #" & Err.Number & "
" ' Response.Write Err.Description & "

" ' Response.Write "SQL:
" ' Response.Write SQL ' Response.End ' End If 'Turn off error handling ' On Error GoTo 0 'Disconnect the recordset 'Set objComm.ActiveConnection = Nothing 'Close the connection 'objConn.Close 'Set the connection to Nothing 'Set objConn = Nothing 'Set the Command to Nothing 'Set objComm = Nothing 'Return the recordset Set GetRS2 = objRS On Error Resume Next End Function '=============================================================== Function GetRS(sSQL) 'Declarations dim rs 'Create Recordset Object set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") If blnConnectToDB Then 'Open Recordset based on SQL rs.Open sSQL, dbConn, 1, 3, 1 End If 'Return Recordset set GetRs = rs End Function '=============================================================== Function ExecSQL(sSQL) 'Open the Command Object dim lRecordsAffected dbConn.Execute sSQL, lRecordsAffected 'Return the Records Affected ExecSQL = lRecordsAffected End Function '======================================================================== Function sendEmail(strFrom,strTo,strSubject,strMessage) Dim sch ' Schema sch = "http://schemas.microsoft.com/cdo/configuration/" Set cdoConfig = CreateObject("CDO.Configuration") With cdoConfig.Fields .Item(sch & "sendusing") = 2 .Item(sch & "smtpserver") = "mxrelay.doe.gov" .update End With Set cdoMessage = CreateObject("CDO.Message") With cdoMessage Set .Configuration = cdoConfig .From = strFrom .To = strTo .Subject = strSubject .TextBody = strMessage .Send End With Set cdoMessage = Nothing Set cdoConfig = Nothing End Function Function removeBadChars(tmpString) tmpString = Replace(tmpString , "<", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , ">", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , "'", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , """", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , ";", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , "(", "") tmpString = Replace(tmpString , ")", "") removeBadChars = tmpString End Function %> <% 'If there is a mobile version of this site, check the user_agent, and forward to 'the mobile version of the site (unless cookie or querystring var is set) if "true" = "true" then tmpSeeFullPage = Mid(Request.Querystring("m"),1,1) if ((isMobile) and (tmpSeeFullPage <> "1")) then tmpMobileURL = Request.servervariables("HTTP_URL") tmpMobileFileName = mid(tmpMobileURL, InStrRev(tmpMobileURL, "/")+1) tmpMobileURL = Left(tmpMobileURL, InStrRev(tmpMobileURL, "/")) tmpMobileURL = tmpMobileURL & "m/" & tmpMobileFileName Response.Clear Response.Redirect(tmpMobileURL) end if end if %>

<% ''This code is strictly when a user clicks on a left nav and needs to be forwarded to another site/program/office if ("" <> "") then Response.Clear Response.Redirect ("") end if %>

Product Procurement Working Group

The Product Procurement Working Group (PPWG) was formed by the Interagency Energy Management Task Force (IATF) to help Federal agencies meet Federal requirements surrounding the use of energy-efficient products.

The PPWG operates under the IATF, providing a forum for Federal agency information exchange and project facilitation surrounding Federal goals and requirements.

Members

PPWG membership is open to all Federal agencies currently involved with the IATF. The Federal Energy Management Program provides chairmanship and support for the group.

Meetings

For information about PPWG meetings, contact Amanda Sahl.