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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: message sending
Date: May 29 2001 3:57PM
> to wit, from the server one can send a message to the client at anytime
> via a raiserror (or even a T-SQL print for that matter). Now the part
> that interests me is can I return a message back to the server processs?
> In other words, something like this:
> declare @message_returned_from_client varchar(100)
> rasierror 30000 "message to client"
> select @message_returned_from_client = @@message
> where @@message is packed by the client error handler. Does such a
> global variable exist?
Hmmm... I don't think that there is anything that you can use to
achieve that directly.
A sort of workaround solution might be to have a table to which your
client can write, and from which you can select in your proc (although
I'm not sure that you can initiate a SQL request from within an error
You should probably take this to the Sybase news groups
(news://forums.sybase.com) where you are likely to find more Sybase
engineers who may have some additional ideas.
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