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Aug 22, 2007

Example code:

declare @somesql nvarchar(20)
execute sp_executesql @somesql, N'@lnCurrRow int', @lnCurrRow = 1
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@@Error returns 0, which is seems incorrect since @somesql is null. If you substitute @somesql for the constant NULL then an error is fired. The above also executes successfully with @@error = 0 if you set @somesql = '' (empty string).

EXEC behaves the same way.

It makes sense that executing an empty string should be fine, but NULL? Is there a SET option available that will cause an error to be raised if sp_executesql attempts to execute a nvarchar variable that's set to NULL?


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.....

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