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Issue with using "for xml"

Hi,
I am using ASE version 15.0.3/EBF 17769 ESD#4/P/Sun_svr4/OS 5.8/ase1503/2768/64-bit.
Recently a functionality was deployed to audit data changes to come key application tables using for xml. The trigger code is as follows:

CREATE TRIGGER tr_XXX ON t_XXX  FOR INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE  
AS
IF @@rowcount = 0 /* no rows deleted */ return
declare @tablename varchar(32)
select @tablename = 't_XXX' INSERT INTO t_Audit_XXX
SELECT @tablename, (select * from deleted for xml),  (select * from inserted for xml),  getdate(), suser_name(), host_name()
IF @@error != 0
BEGIN
PRINT 'An error occurred backing up deleted row'
ROLLBACK TRAN
END
RETURN

The issue is that in some sporadic cases, deletes/inserts in the table t_XXX might fail the trigger execution stating: error 208 : t_XXX not found.
The same statements would then work fine if fired from a different session. In order to make the statment work on the same session, either the trigger has to be dropped or disabled.  Its very difficult to replicate the issue, but in rare cases we have been able to get the same issue across multiple session/macs. Sometimes recompiling the trigger works, in other cases it doesn't.
So not exactly sure what is going wrong here. Has any one else faced this issue? Please advise.
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PrandipBora
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alpmoonCommented:
It looks weird. Have you tried Sybase tech support? It might be a known bug and they might be able to help.
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PrandipBoraAuthor Commented:
Thanks aplmoon. I am raising a case with Sybase now. Can't think of anything else.
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leonstrykerCommented:
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