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I found information about capturing sys error message here

http://forums.informationbuild...177023816#1177023816

and here:

http://forums.informationbuild...1057331/m/4781021962

But none of them mentioned the database message. For example, I have this message when I run an insert statement:


SQL SQLMSS
INSERT INTO TABLE_ABC
(ID , DATE ) VALUES
( 'AFDDD', '20140831' );
END

(FOC1364) ROWS AFFECTED BY PASSTHRU COMMAND : 1/INSERT


I need to capture how many rows have been inserted, or if the insert return any error in my program.

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks!

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Look at this


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Originally posted by dhagen:
Look at this


This really helps!

But is there further way to know if the SQL operation fails?


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