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SAMPLE PROCEDURES WITH EXCEPTION HANDLING IN THE MS SQL
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basically in sql server 2000 the only way to perform execption handling is by useing the @@Error variable which holds the return code of each executed statement
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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could you please clarify what you are looking for, and for which version of mssql server?
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INSERT INTO TableName
(COL1, COL2) values
(VAL1, VAL2)

-- Error Handler
IF @@ERROR <> 0
BEGIN
PRINT "Error occurred "
Return
END
ELSE
BEGIN
PRINT "Success..!!"
RETURN(0)
END
GO


Check this link also
http://www.sommarskog.se/error-handling-II.html
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by:pavanark
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using raiserror()
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CREATE TRIGGER employee_insupd
ON employee
FOR INSERT, UPDATE
AS
/* Get the range of level for this job type from the jobs table. */
DECLARE @@MIN_LVL tinyint,
   @@MAX_LVL tinyint,
   @@EMP_LVL tinyint,
   @@JOB_ID smallint
SELECT @@MIN_LVl = min_lvl,
   @@MAX_LV = max_lvl,
   @@ EMP_LVL = i.job_lvl,
   @@JOB_ID = i.job_id
FROM employee e, jobs j, inserted i
WHERE e.emp_id = i.emp_id AND i.job_id = j.job_id
IF (@@JOB_ID = 1) and (@@EMP_lVl <> 10)
BEGIN
   RAISERROR ('Job id 1 expects the default level of 10.', 16, 1)
   ROLLBACK TRANSACTION
END
ELSE
IF NOT @@ EMP_LVL BETWEEN @@MIN_LVL AND @@MAX_LVL)
BEGIN
   RAISERROR ('The level for job_id:%d should be between %d and %d.',
      16, 1, @@JOB_ID, @@MIN_LVL, @@MAX_LVL)
   ROLLBACK TRANSACTION
END

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