Stevan Popovski


Be Prepared

The error handling in SQL Server leaves something to be desired, especially compared with other RDBMSes and languages. The standard method of testing for errors can leave your code bloated and hard to read. Stefan Popovski looks at another method of handling errors.

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2004-04-21

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