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Subscription Emailing report when it shouldnt....or when its not desired


Subscription Emailing report when it shouldnt....or when its not desired

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dndaughtery
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I have a datadriven subscription that uses a stored procedure.
The code is below:



declare @ReturnValue int

exec @ReturnValue = s003pSRC.sp_Par_Rate_Compare_Report_Subscription_Condition
select @ReturnValue ReturnValue


I have run the sp in ssms and I know its returning a 0 int value, why is the report still being sent out?
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dndaughtery (5/21/2013)
I have a datadriven subscription that uses a stored procedure.
The code is below:



declare @ReturnValue int

exec @ReturnValue = s003pSRC.sp_Par_Rate_Compare_Report_Subscription_Condition
select @ReturnValue ReturnValue


I have run the sp in ssms and I know its returning a 0 int value, why is the report still being sent out?

what do you think the return value represents?

by default, unless you modified the procedure to return a an integer determined within the stored procedure(ie return @@rowcount), a procedure returns zero when there are no errors.

Where in your code are you validating whether a subscription should be sent or not?

Lowell

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It returns an int value 1 or 0
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