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The typical SQL Server activation procedure is contains a WHILE (1=1) loop and exit conditions based on checking @@ROWCOUNT. Error handling is done via a BEGIN TRY ... BEGIN CATCH block. This pattern is present in many Service Broker articles on the web, Read More...
When SQL Server 2005 introduced BEGIN TRY and BEGIN CATCH syntax, it was a huge improvement over the previous error handling based on @@ERROR check after each statement. Finally, T-SQL joined the rank of programming languages, no more just a data access Read More...