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By marcosfpa
How to know if executeQuery gave error?

For example: I need to put a control where when a executeQuery ($ sql, $ db) can not connect to the database I can somehow store a warning in a variable. How to make?
You can create another trigger with this code:
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@@errorMessage = @@__ERROR__;
Set this trigger to fire after your other trigger which executes executeQuery().

If you want to display this in a Dynaform, then create a text field in Dynaform associated with the "errorMessage" variable.
I don't have time to test this, but try this:
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if (!empty(@@__ERROR__)) {
   throw new Exception(@@__ERROR__);
If that doesn't work, then try this:
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if (!empty(@@__ERROR__)) {
   $g = new G();
   $g->SendMessageText(@@__ERROR__, "ERROR");
If neither work, then the only solution is to display the error in a later Dynaform.

Yeah That will be very helpful :) Thank you

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