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Capture error messages using DECLARE statements
Posted by: Cornelius Sybrandy ()
Date: June 27, 2005 09:45AM

Hello,

I'm writing a stored procedure and I would like to enhance it's error handling capabilities. Currently, it will do a rollback on any error condition. However, I would like to be able to log the message to an error log table. How do I capture the error message? I thought about using the SHOW ERRORS command, but how would I get the error message into a variable? I've seen nothing in the documentation so far that helps.

Just as an FYI, here's what I would like to be able to do:

DECLARE EXIT HANDLER FOR SQLEXCEPTION
BEGIN
ROLLBACK;
**Get error message**;
INSERT INTO error_log (error_code, error_message) VALUES (error_code_var, error_msg_var);
END;

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Subject Views Written By Posted
Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 17873 Cornelius Sybrandy 06/27/2005 09:45AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 6547 Vivian Fonger 06/27/2005 11:10AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 7370 Roland Bouman 06/29/2005 03:54AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 5433 Roland Bouman 06/30/2005 05:45AM
Re: Capture error messages in phpscript 4256 gamut kumar 09/23/2005 03:10AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4861 Andrew Gilfrin 06/30/2005 06:30AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4238 Roland Bouman 06/30/2005 09:26AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4024 Vivian Fonger 06/30/2005 02:16PM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4271 Pavel 11/02/2005 01:41AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4321 Peter Schwager 02/13/2006 03:07AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 5232 Roland Bouman 02/13/2006 03:16AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4386 Peter Schwager 02/15/2006 01:58AM
Re: Capture error messages using DECLARE statements 4582 Roland Bouman 02/15/2006 03:11AM


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