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SQL Server Error Handling


SQL Server Error Handling

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Interesting, I can use that set option in SP1 of SQL 2012.



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Easy question :-D and lots of points.w00t

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I dindn't get any results on googling. So i guessed there won't be any such set options introduced yet in MS SQL Server.

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Awesome. Thank you for question and the points. :-)

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Interesting, I can use that set option in SP1 of SQL 2012.


Not having yet moved to SQL 2012, I had to wrote my own sp to do this. The new feature will be a real time saver. ;-)

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Amusing question :-P.

Timeouts can cause rollback, but rollback pays no attention to them if they happen while it is executing - it just ignores it - because the whole concept of rolling back a rollback is just plain silly.

I thought everybody knew that until I saw 40% wrong answers w00t for this question.

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I knew this had to be a trick question because I couldn't see why MS would add that command. As Tom said, rolling back a rollback is nonsense. Being April Fool's Day helped with my answer decision too. :-D
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Yet another humor question that went right over my head. I really should stop answering these before coffee... there go seven whole points! Crying
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