Controls error-handling in stored procedures.
String (see below for allowed values)
Continue for jConnect connections
This option controls error handling in stored procedures.
Stop Stop execution immediately upon finding an error.
Conditional If the procedure uses ON EXCEPTION RESUME, and the statement following the error handles the error, continue, otherwise exit.
Continue Continue execution, regardless of the following statement. If there are multiple errors, the first error encountered in the stored procedure is returned.
Both the Conditional and Continue settings for on_tsql_error are used for Adaptive Server Enterprise compatibility, with Continue most closely simulating Adaptive Server Enterprise behavior. To have errors reported earlier, use the Conditional setting when creating new Transact-SQL stored procedures.
When this option is set to Stop or Continue, it supercedes the setting of the continue_after_raiserror option. However, when this option is set to Conditional (the default), behavior following a RAISERROR statement is determined by the setting of the continue_after_raiserror option.
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