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ASP.NET - Error Handling in Database Stored Procedures
September 22, 2009
Would you please let me know whether we need to write exception handling mechanism (Try, Catch blocks) in database stored procedures? Is it the best Practice? (As the corresponding error will be thrown to the calling ASP.NET application itself whenever an error occurs in the database stored procedure.)
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Posted Date: September 22, 2009 Points: 5
Yes its good idea to implement ERROR handler in stored procedure label in your business logic layer you should handle this or show this to user or as application demands.
below are some good tutorial to handle error in database label using SQL server
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