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Sybase 15: arithmetic overflow occurred

Posted on 2011-02-23
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When I attempt to run the following code I get an arithmetic error in interactive SQL
error code 3606

Can someone tell me what this means and what I am doing wrong here?

thanks,

K

use database42
go
exec sp_dbextend 'listfull', 'threshold', database42

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Joe Woodhouse earned 250 total points
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Unless you have replaced the built-in version of sp_dbextend with your own in-house version, it means you have found a Sybase bug and need to talk to Sybase Tech Support.

The error means a number was too large for the datatype holding it. If this occurs in a Sybase-supplied proc, then it's a bug. :)

Doesn't look like you're doing anything wrong.
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Thanks Joe,  I will look at the SP a bit to determine if it has been modified
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ahh...forgot all about this one.  I have not looked at the sql file yet but it is a custom build so I am certain that is the concern.

Thanks,

K
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