To handle error in stored procedure of SQL Server, we use
BEGING TRY – END TRY and
BEGIN CATCH and
EDN CATCH statements.
Normally, if we perform any invalid SQL operations, it throws error like in below case
Here, it is not possible divide any string by 0, so SQL Server is trying to convert it to integer however ‘ITFunda’ couldn’t get converted and it throws error.
Instead of raw error coming in, we want to ignore this error, we can wrap the above statements into BEGIN and END TRY like this
BEGIN TRY SELECT 'ITFunda'/0 END TRY BEGIN CATCH END CATCH
Here, the SELECT statement will throw error that is being caught in the BEGIN CATCH block, however this block is not doing anything but suppressing the error. So the output is showing nothing without any error.
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