Error When Instantiating MySqlDataAdapter "Format Of The Initialization String"?

May 25, 2010

<%@ Page Language="javascript"%>'m writing a website that's a little heavy on the database connection calls, so I've decided to try to encapsulate it in a Javascript pseudo-class. When I try to instantiate the MySqlDataAdapter, I get the error "Format of the initialization string does not conform to specification starting at index 0." While I can appreciate this, I've used the same connection string (more or less) across many pages now, without issue when I'm not trying to use this class.I'm a little confused - does anyone have any idea why line would be throwing this error?

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