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SQLGetDiagField

The SQL Server Native Client ODBC driver specifies the following additional diagnostics fields for SQLGetDiagField. These fields support rich error reporting for SQL Server applications and are available in all diagnostics records generated on connected ODBC connection handles and ODBC statement handles. The fields are defined in sqlncli.h.

Diagnostics record field

Description

SQL_DIAG_SS_LINE

Reports the line number of a stored procedure generating an error. The value of SQL_DIAG_SS_LINE is meaningful only if SQL_DIAG_SS_PROCNAME returns a value. The value is returned as an unsigned, 16-bit integer.

SQL_DIAG_SS_MSGSTATE

The state of an error message. For information about the error message state, see RAISERROR. The value is returned as a signed, 32-bit integer.

SQL_DIAG_SS_PROCNAME

Name of the stored procedure generating an error, if appropriate. The value is returned as a character string. The length of the string (in characters) depends on the version of the SQL Server. It can be determined by calling SQLGetInfo requesting the value for SQL_MAX_PROCEDURE_NAME_LEN.

SQL_DIAG_SS_SEVERITY

The severity level of the associated error message. The value is returned as a signed, 32-bit integer.

SQL_DIAG_SS_SRVNAME

The name of the server on which the error occurred. The value is returned as a character string. The length of the string (in characters) is defined by the SQL_MAX_SQLSERVERNAME macro in sqlncli.h.

SQL Server-specific diagnostic fields that contain character data, SQL_DIAG_SS_PROCNAME and SQL_DIAG_SS_SRVNAME, return that data to the client as null terminated, ANSI, or Unicode strings. If necessary, the count of characters should be adjusted by the character width. Alternately, a portable C data type such as TCHAR or SQLTCHAR can be used to ensure correct program variable length.

The SQL Server Native Client ODBC driver reports the following additional dynamic function codes that identify the last attempted SQL Server statement. The dynamic function code is returned in the header (record 0) of the diagnostics record set and is therefore available on every execution (successful or not).

Dynamic function code

Source

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_ALTER_DATABASE

ALTER DATABASE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CHECKPOINT

CHECKPOINT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CONDITION

Error arose in the WHERE or HAVING clauses of a statement.

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CREATE_DATABASE

CREATE DATABASE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CREATE_DEFAULT

CREATE DEFAULT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CREATE_PROCEDURE

CREATE PROCEDURE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CREATE_RULE

CREATE RULE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CREATE_TRIGGER

CREATE TRIGGER statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CURSOR_DECLARE

DECLARE CURSOR statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CURSOR_OPEN

OPEN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CURSOR_FETCH

FETCH statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_CURSOR_CLOSE

CLOSE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DEALLOCATE_CURSOR

DEALLOCATE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DBCC

DBCC statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DENY

DENY statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DROP_DATABASE

DROP DATABASE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DROP_DEFAULT

DROP DEFAULT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DROP_PROCEDURE

DROP PROCEDURE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DROP_RULE

DROP RULE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DROP_TRIGGER

DROP TRIGGER statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DUMP_DATABASE

BACKUP or DUMP DATABASE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DUMP_TABLE

DUMP TABLE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_DUMP_TRANSACTION

BACKUP or DUMP TRANSACTION statement. Also returned for a CHECKPOINT statement if the trunc. log on chkpt. database option is on.

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_GOTO

GOTO control-of-flow statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_INSERT_BULK

INSERT BULK statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_KILL

KILL statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_LOAD_DATABASE

LOAD or RESTORE DATABASE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_LOAD_HEADERONLY

LOAD or RESTORE HEADERONLY statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_LOAD_TABLE

LOAD TABLE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_LOAD_TRANSACTION

LOAD or RESTORE TRANSACTION statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_PRINT

PRINT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_RAISERROR

RAISERROR statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_READTEXT

READTEXT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_RECONFIGURE

RECONFIGURE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_RETURN

RETURN control-of-flow statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SELECT_INTO

SELECT INTO statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET

SET statement (generic, all options)

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET_IDENTITY_INSERT

SET IDENTITY_INSERT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET_ROW_COUNT

SET ROWCOUNT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET_STATISTICS

SET STATISTICS IO or SET STATISTICS TIME statements

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET_TEXTSIZE

SET TEXTSIZE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SETUSER

SETUSER statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SET_XCTLVL

SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_SHUTDOWN

SHUTDOWN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRANS_BEGIN

BEGIN TRAN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRANS_COMMIT

COMMIT TRAN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRANS_PREPARE

Prepare to commit a distributed transaction

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRANS_ROLLBACK

ROLLBACK TRAN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRANS_SAVE

SAVE TRAN statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_TRUNCATE_TABLE

TRUNCATE TABLE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_UPDATE_STATISTICS

UPDATE STATISTICS statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_UPDATETEXT

UPDATETEXT statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_USE

USE statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_WAITFOR

WAITFOR control-of-flow statement

SQL_DIAG_DFC_SS_WRITETEXT

WRITETEXT statement

SQLGetDiagField can be used to retrieve two diagnostic fields: SQL_DIAG_SS_TABLE_COLUMN_NUMBER and SQL_DIAG_SS_TABLE_ROW_NUMBER. These fields help you determine which value caused the error or warning associated with the diagnostic record.

For more information about table-valued parameters, see Table-Valued Parameters (ODBC).

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