CREATE TABLE dbo.emp ( empno int NOT NULL) go create procedure dbo.p_emp_insert (@empno int) as begin -- CODE...
THAT MAY FAIL begin try insert into emp (empno) values (@empno) end try -- EXECUTED IF THERE IS A FAILURE begin catch SELECT ERROR_NUMBER()as ERROR_NUMBER, ERROR_SEVERITY()as ERROR_SEVERITY, ERROR_STATE()as ERROR_STATE, ERROR_MESSAGE()as ERROR_MESSAGE end catch end -- First exec should work with a valid empno … exec dbo.p_emp_insert 1003 -- This should fail because the column does not allow NULLs -- We should see the error information returned exec p_emp_insert NULL
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