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Posted - 01/25/2001 :  19:23:08  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Andy Pope, who cleverly uses the name andypope in the forums, posed a question on handling errors in long running batch jobs. Basically Andy wanted a way to store job log entries in a SQL Server log table that didn't get rolled back if the enclosing transaction failed. I really wasn't much help giving him an answer so the good Mr. Pope went and figured it own on his own. And boy do I like his solution! He posted his solution in the forums but I thought it deserved a little more explanation and attention.

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