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Calling all Sybase Gurus. . . Please help!

verduka fox
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I am developing a jsp intranet site to communicate with Sybase 12.0. I have an assumption that I need verified. If I perform a stored procedure and it fails, will Sybase throw a SQLException in all cases? Assume that the stored procedure never returns a user-defined return code. I need to determine if I will ever need to look at the return code in the stored procedure to see if it was successful, or if I can assume if the stored procedure fails that it will always throw a java.sql.SQLException. Can someone please verify? If you know of documentation regarding this issue, please also include a link.
Thanks!
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verduka fox
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Still looking for an answer. Does anyone have an idea?
 
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