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THROW Statement

Throws an error, causing code execution to jump to an enclosing CATCH block. There are no restrictions on what the three parameters must be. They are returned as-is from the ERROR_NUMBER, ERROR_MESSAGE, and ERROR_STATE functions. The parameterless version of THROW causes an error to be raised without changing the existing values of ERROR_NUMBER, ERROR_MESSAGE, and ERROR_STATE. This allows a CATCH block to re-throw an error without changing it.

Syntax

Syntax for the THROW statement

Arguments

Examples