Plantilla para crear un nuevo Procedimiento Almacenado en SQL Server



IF EXISTS (SELECT *
           FROM INFORMATION_SCHEMA.ROUTINES
           WHERE ROUTINE_NAME='pXXXXX'
           AND ROUTINE_SCHEMA='dbo'
           AND ROUTINE_TYPE='PROCEDURE'
          )
          DROP PROCEDURE dbo.pXXXXX
GO

CREATE PROC dbo.pXXXXX
  @vintCurUserID        INT,
  @vintCurSysLID        INT
AS
/*@@*_____________________________________________________________________

  (c) 2013 XXXXX

  Object:  pXXXXX
  Author:  ...
  Created: ...

  Purpose:

    ...
    ...
    ...


  Parameters:
    @vintCurUserID:  Current user context if available. NULL if unknown.
    @vintCurSysLID:  Language for translated text. NULL if unknown.

  Recordsets:

  Returns:
    0         - Success
    <>0       - Error occurred

  Revision History:
    Author dd-mmm-yyyy Purpose

_____________________________________________________________________*@@*/


/*______________________ CONSTANT DECLARATIONS _________________________*/

  DECLARE
    @cstrThisProc              NVARCHAR(128),
    @cintErrGeneral            INT

  SET @cstrThisProc            = N'pXXXXX'
  SET @cintErrGeneral          = 50000  -- General error. Used when an
                                        -- error has occurred and no other
                                        -- specific error condition is
                                        -- assigned.

/*______________________ VARIABLE DECLARATIONS _________________________*/

  DECLARE
    @intErrNo       INT,
    @strErrMsg      NVARCHAR(400),
    @intReturn      INT

/*_______________________________ INIT _________________________________*/

  -- Setting NOCOUNT ON prevents additional recordsets with the
  -- "number of records affected" from being returned, which is not
  -- handled the same by all providers, such as for OLEDB vs. ODBC.
  SET NOCOUNT ON

/*________________________ VALIDATE PARAMETERS _________________________*/


/*_______________________________ MAIN _________________________________*/



  -- Return value 0 indicates success
  SET @intReturn = 0

lblExit:

  RETURN @intReturn

/*___________________________ ERROR HANDLER ____________________________*/
lblError:
  -- An error has occurred.  On entering this section @intErrNo should
  -- already hold the error number

  -- By default, if there are any open transactions then roll them back
  IF (@@TRANCOUNT > 0) BEGIN
    ROLLBACK TRAN

  END

  -- If return value has not been explicitly set, then use the error
  -- number as return value to signify failure
  IF ((@intReturn IS NULL) OR (@intReturn = 0)) BEGIN
    SET @intReturn = @intErrNo

  END

 GOTO lblExit

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