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CTLib programming and Sybase error

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I am programming Sybase using the CT-Lib. I am getting error codes such as "Return_Code" "-64003" and then I am getting the rows I expected from a stored procedure. How should I figure out the sysbas error codes and where can I find more information.

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Could you please paste the text of the stored proc.

to find the error message,
select * from master..sysmessages  where error = @error_no.
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Could you please paste the text of the stored proc.

to find the error message,
select * from master..sysmessages  where error = @error_no.
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jc64,


have you been to sybooks.sybase.com?

knel
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