Catching blocks using a stored procedure in SQL

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I have a stored procedure in SQL that I use to catch blocks. This stored procedure is executed by a stored procedure higher up. How do I relay the error info, if there is error info, to the parent? Do I need to use a return code or is the error info just passed back, no matter what?

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If you catch the error in a lower procedure you’ll need to return the error code back up to the parent procedure. Within the parent you’ll need to get the return value and do something based on it’s value.

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