Formating Sysmessage text

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SQL Server 2000
How does SQl Server generate this error message What happens when an error occurs in a User defined Stored Procedure. Which System stored procedure is fired I know that the error messages are stored in "sysmessages" table in "Master" Database - but which system stored procedure calls this table when an error occurs.
ASKED: July 23, 2009  8:53 PM
UPDATED: July 23, 2009  10:47 PM

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I don’t think that any stored procedure is called when these errors are run. I believe that the SQL Engine has all the values from the sysmessages stored in cache so that it can access them directly without needing to go back to the sysmessages table.

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