SQL Server Internal Error. Text manager cannot continue with current statement.

Posted on 2005-03-08
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Last Modified: 2013-12-03
I noticed that this question has been posted already but the answer does not apply to my situation

I need your help getting this problem solved.

There is an Intranet application (developed in asp) that is used very often to upload images and executive summaries to our sql server 2000 with service Pack 3.

While this data is being uploaded, users sometimes close the browser or open a new one.
The application fails and I got this error message.

SQL Server Internal Error. Text manager cannot continue with current statement. v
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I have not been able to find useful information...

1) Is this error critical? why does it happen?
2) How can I solve it?

Any help will be appreciated thanks!
Question by:pimplicado
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ptjcb earned 1500 total points
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Images are managed by the Text Manager in SQL Server. SQL Server uses eight types of disk pages, one of them is text/image pages. All user data except for text, ntext, and image datatypes are stored on data pages. These types store large objects (up to 2GB each for text or binary data), can use a separate collection of pages. A pointer identifies the starting page and the offset of the text/image data.

Without knowing the error number - it is probably 7102 with a severity of 20 and state of 0

Severity Level 20: SQL Server Fatal Error in Current Process

These messages indicate that a statement has encountered a problem. Because the problem has affected only the current process, it is unlikely that the database itself has been damaged.

The severity indicates how serious the error is. Errors with a low severity, such as 1 or 2, are information messages or low-level warnings. Errors with a high severity indicate problems that should be addressed as soon as possible.

State code.
Some error codes can be raised at multiple points in the source code for SQL Server. For example, an "1105" error can be raised for several different conditions. Each place the error code is raised assigns a unique state code. A Microsoft support engineer can use the state code from an error to find the location in the source code where that error code is being raised, which may provide additional ideas on how to diagnose the problem.

Try to capture the SQL Server error number. I would guess that because the connection has been broken the process of writing the image to disk has been interrupted.


Author Comment

ID: 13491298
Yes this is the error number that I got

DESCRIPTION:      Error: 7102, Severity: 20, State: 0

So is there any way to avoid getting this error?


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