Locale IDs assigned by MS can be looked up here http://msdn. Note: 409 here corresponds to English – United States which is the locale of SQL Server installation. The language version of your SQL Server installation can be found by checking the properties of setupsql. Exe in your SQL Server installation media.
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If you are interested in informational messages, that is messages with a severity ≤ 10, you can set up an InfoMessage event handler, which you register with the Connection object. It seems, though, if there are both errors and informational messages, that the informational messages comes with the exception. In the event handler, too, you have access to the ErrorsCollection from where you can retrieve the individual messages.
If there are several informational messages, Odbc may lose control and fail to return data, including providing the return value and the values of output parameters of stored procedures. Odbc has all sorts of problems with errors and informational messages. If there are error messages, and you try to retrieve data, you may get exceptions from the ODBC SQL Server driver saying Function sequence error or Associated statement not prepared. It does not matter whether you have declared an InfoMessage event handler.
@@error is still set, so if you would retrieve @@error first in the next batch, you would see a non-zero value. We will look a possibility using linked servers later on. The execution of the entire batch – that is, the block of SQL statements that the client submitted to SQL Server – is aborted. There is no way you can intercept batch-abortion in T-SQL code. Any open transaction is rolled back.
(If you make these choices you will get a static read-only cursor. Not because this is the best for error handling, but this appears to be the best from an overall programming perspective. And I say that you should use the SQLOLEDB provider (note that MSDASQL is the default), client-side cursors (note that server-side cursors is the default), invoke your stored procedures from the Command object, using adCmdStoredProcedure. It is not really the topic for this text, but the reader might want to know my recommendation of what to choose from all these possibilities.
Each BEGIN TRANSACTION increases @@trancount by 1, and each COMMIT TRANSACTION decreases @@trancount by 1. @@trancount is a global variable which reflects the level of nested transactions. Nothing is actually committed until @@trancount reaches 0. ROLLBACK TRANSACTION rolls back everything to the outermost BEGIN TRANSACTION (unless you have used the fairly exotic SAVE TRANSACTION), and forces @@trancount to 0, regards of the previous value.
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(Connection-terminating errors still terminate the connection, of course. You have trigger context when you are in a trigger, or you are in a stored procedure, user-defined function or block of dynamic SQL that has been called directly or indirectly from a trigger. If you are in trigger context, all errors terminate the batch and roll back the transaction on the spot. That is, somewhere on the call stack, there is a trigger.