Reading CLOBS with ODBC

We are using Oracle 8.0.5 server on NT4.0 SP5, accessing it from our webserver, a Windows 2000 Server SP1, with the Oracle 8.00.510.00 ODBC driver. We are having problems with CLOBs using ADO and vbScript in ASP pages. We can write to a clob field fine, but when we read from it, we do not get an error, we get an empty string. Are we using the correct driver?
We know that the write is working because we can view it via SQL*Plus, but yet we cannot read it.
Any ideas? I'm still searching your site for articles, as well as MSDN and newsgroups. Thanks!

We are using Oracle 8.0.5 server on NT4.0 SP5, accessing it from our webserver, a Windows 2000 Server SP1, with the Oracle 8.00.510.00 ODBC driver. We are having problems with CLOBs using ADO and vbScript in ASP pages. We can write to a clob field fine, but when we read from it, we do not get an error, we get an empty string. Are we using the correct driver?
We know that the write is working because we can view it via SQL*Plus, but yet we cannot read it.
Any ideas? I'm still searching your site for articles, as well as MSDN and newsgroups. Thanks!

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