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RE: WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQL.SQLCODE||SQLERRM & Relate ORA-ERRN
 O & SQLCODE

Kevin Lange

2004-07-21

As Daniel pointed out yesterday, the Exit line can only accept up to 256.
After that it uses the Mod of the number and 256. 942 Mod 256 is 174.
Hence, the reason you are getting 174 back.

If you really need the value of the error message and the exact sqlcode you
will have to use a different method .

Maybe a hybrid between using the exit code and writing the actual error
message out to a file.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ranjeesh K R. [mailto:ranjeeshk@(protected)]
Sent: Wednesday, July 21, 2004 9:35 AM
Subject: WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQL.SQLCODE||SQLERRM & Relate ORA-ERRNO
& SQLCODE


Hi,
Qn 1
--------

Is there any way to pass both the SQL.SQLCODE & SQLERRM to the os back ??

Qn 2
-------
When I tried WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQL.SQLCODE

The actual oracle error code (ORA-00942) and the error code (174 ) returned
by SQL.SQLCODE are different . So how can I get the info. that is related to
SQL.SQLCODE

eg :

For this test program
------------------------
rm -f /home/etladm/test/test.log
sqlplus -S <<EOF >> /home/etladm/test/test.log
ranjeeshk/ics
set verify on time on timing on term on echo on feedback on serveroutput on
WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQL.SQLCODE
-- WHENEVER SQLERROR EXIT SQLERRM
select sysdate sdate from dua;
exit 1
EOF
echo "Number of rows are: $?" >> /home/etladm/test/test.log
echo " -------- Log file -------- \n"
cat /home/etladm/test/test.log

The output was
-----------------------
etladm@(protected)
-------- Log file --------

select sysdate sdate from dua
                *
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-00942: table or view does not exist


Number of rows are: 174
etladm@(protected)>


So how can I link ORA-00942 and SQLCODE 174 ?

with thanks in advance
Ranjeesh K R



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