Using TRY and CATCH Blocks in T-SQL

Using TRY and CATCH Blocks in T-SQL

You can handle errors in T-SQL almost the same way as in C# or Visual Basic. You can make use of a Try and catch block to trap errors and provide feedback on the error.

A small example follows:

BEGIN TRY    SELECT *        FROM TABLE        WHERE Name LIKE '%Hannes%'END TRYBEGIN CATCHSELECT         ERROR_NUMBER() AS ErrorNumber,        ERROR_SEVERITY() AS ErrorSeverity,        ERROR_STATE() as ErrorState,        ERROR_PROCEDURE() as ErrorProcedure,        ERROR_LINE() as ErrorLine,        ERROR_MESSAGE() as ErrorMessage;END CATCH 
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