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What is the use of @@ERROR in SQL SERVER?

by Narain Siddharth   on 28/02/2011   Category: SQL Server   |  Level: Beginner   |  Views: 1737    |  Points: 25     |  Silver 

In SQL server, @@ERROR is a global variable and returns the error number when a error occurred in last transact SQL statement. If a SQL statement executed successfully @@Error is assigned to 0, suppose if last transact SQL statement executed with error, @@Error is set to the error number.

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