SQLJUSTINTIME

Generate cursor status on error condition

WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS

The SQLJUSTINTIME environment variable enables cursor status to be generated when an operation fails.

Value

1.

Discussion

To determine why an operation fails, set SQLJUSTINTIME. This creates the ssqlerr.log file, which contains an open cursor listing. This file is created in your working directory or (on Windows) in the temp directory for your user account. If ssqlerr.log already exists, new logging is appended to the file, which may create a very large file.

Setting location

The environment or synergy.ini. For client/server configurations, set SSQLLOG on the client.

Used by

SQL Connection.

Examples

set SQLJUSTINTIME=1