Up Prev Next
From: "Dierdorp, Michael" <MDierdorp at telfort dot nl>
Subject: RE: nsql error
Date: May 26 2000 12:58PM
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David J Iannucci [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: donderdag 25 mei 2000 22:36
> To: SybPerl Discussion List
> Subject: nsql error
> I'm trying to use nsql to catch deadlocking errors,
> and referring to the Sybperl manual on Michael Peppler's
> web site. Unfortunately, for someone who's relatively
> new to this stuff, the description of the error handling
> facility of nsql is not entirely lucid.
> > The nsql() routine will maintain the success or failure
> > state in a variable $DB_ERROR, accessed by the method
> > of the same name, and a pair of Sybase message/error
> > handler routines are also provided which will use
> > $DB_ERROR for the Sybase messages and errors as well.
> I need to know:
> 1) What sort of values are stored in $DB_ERROR? Are
> they error code numbers, such as "1205" for deadlock
> victimization? The example code seems to suggest
> that they are English messages, but I'd like to confirm.
> 2) What is the "method of the same name"? Is there
> a routine called db_error()? If so, how do I use it?
> Thanks very much for any help you can give,
> Dave Iannucci
> Myriad Genetics, Inc.
> Salt Lake City, Utah