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Controls what happens if an error is encountered while executing statements in Interactive SQL.
Interactive SQL stops executing statements.
Interactive SQL prompts the user to see if they want to continue.
The error is ignored and Interactive SQL continues executing statements.
Interactive SQL shuts down.
The error is reported, and the user is prompted to press Enter or click OK to continue.
The error is reported and the user is prompted to press Enter or click OK to stop executing statements.
The error is reported and the user is prompted to press Enter or click OK to shut down Interactive SQL.
When you are executing a .sql file, the values Stop and Exit are equivalent. If you specify either of these values, Interactive SQL shuts down.
This option is ignored if the Interactive SQL utility (dbisql) onerror option is specified. See Interactive SQL utility (dbisql).