Defines action to be taken for errors and exception conditions.
The action taken in the event of a condition arising during execution of an SQL statement is governed by the most recently issued WHENEVER statement. There are three different types of conditions: NOT FOUND, SQLERROR and SQLWARNING. See Return Status and Conditions for a description of the different condition types.
The action taken is as follows:
If a condition in an SQL statement is not covered by an explicit WHENEVER statement issued earlier in the host program code, CONTINUE will be assumed.
Example... GOTO 1025 EXEC SQL WHENEVER SQLERROR GOTO 1600 1025 CONTINUE EXEC SQL DELETE FROM MYTABLE ...
EXTENDED Support for the SQLWARNING keyword is a Mimer SQL extension.
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