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Help Fix Error 102 In SQL Error

In this guide, we are going to uncover some of the possible causes that might be generating error 102 in SQL and then provide potential fix methods that you can try to solve the problem.

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    This error occurs when Adaptive Server encounters a syntax error in a Transact-SQL® command or query. This error can occur in the following cases: There is an error in the keyword. You have used a variable for the database name and your question contains a parser error. Evaluation error 102 occurs because the package did not initially run.

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    Attribute value
    Product name SQL Server
    Event ID 102
    Event Source MSSQLSERVER
    Component SQLEngine
    Symbol text Bad Name p_syntaxerr2
    Message syntax next to ‘%.*ls’.

    Explanation

    Indicates a format error. Additional information is missing. The error prevents the database engine from processing the statement.

    This is most likely caused by attempting to build using a symmetric key with legacy encryption or rc4 RC4_128, regardless of the scrambler mode capacity 90 or 100.

    User Action

    If you are generating a symmetric key like RC4 or RC4_128, choose a much better cipher, such as one related to AES algorithms. (Recommended.) If you can use RC4, use the ALTER DATABASE COMPATIBILITY_LEVEL set to bring the database to compatibility level 90 or 100. (Not recommended.)

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    This is weird, and I’m sorry to know why. Actually, I spent some time hoping and analyzing our code. Our task is to call the resulting procedure, which selects some data, and then calls other stored routines (the names of some of them are retrieved using select statements, since they may differ). It calls about 20 different stored procedures about 10,000 times if (summing up the various calls) only the parameters change. These stored procedures access some data and then insert documents into our database.

    This didn’t work well in Microsoft SQL-Server 2005, but we recently updated it to support SQL-Server 2012 (11.0.3000.0) and this issue seems to have been around since then, which we didn’t just not know about before.

    Run as user: #DATABASEUSER_RMV_FOR_STACKOVERFLOW. Wrong syntax next to ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid closing format ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid syntax near ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid closing format ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid syntax near ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid closing format ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid syntax near ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid closing format ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid syntax near ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102) Invalid closing format ')'.[SQLSTATE 42000] (Error 102). The step failed.

    I know there will be very little information, but our applications are quite large and I would probably like to ask what some of you would do to solve this problem.

    I’ve looked at the programs, run some simulations (because your current script has been running for about an hour… (it’s a night job)). Dry tests worked well. In addition, we have almost no opening brackets left, and they are always closed.They appear. After everything is fetching data, it fails with a certain error after working for 60 minutes…

  • Dummy execution (in fact, this data is not loaded, but most of the stored procedures are called) – okay, success
  • Called the appropriate main store procedure directly (not as a job) – didn’t work either
  • Read the search for errors in parentheses – enough, no errors found in parentheses
  • Run with several different users: db-admin, my user is also unavailable
  • Search on google/stackoverflow/some stackexchange in general
  • It looks like everything the script is supposed to do is done right and well, so we’re not entirely sure why it doesn’t return “success” and also gives us this error message. Maybe

    error 102 in sql

    I’m assuming there’s usually an extract field consisting of an escape character… does that make sense?

    As with any generic breakpoint, can I set the script to pause execution when this “error” occurs and let me know what data might be causing this error… like debugging code in Visual Studio?

    So my main question is: could you give me some specific advice/help on the best way to do this? What should I do?

    EXEC MY_SCHEME.dbo.MY_STOREDPROCEDURE_MAIN
    SET NOCOUNT ON;-- Add a statement handler here.DECLARATION @userId INTDECLARATION @fullHistory BITSELECT @userid=useridFROM MY_SCHEMA.dbo.USERSWHERE login name = 'SOME_NAME'INSTALL @fullHistory 0RUN means MY_SCHEME.dbo.spStartMyNightlyJob @[email protected], @[email protected]

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  • PROCEDURE [dbo].[spStartMyNightlyJob]    @INT user ID,    @processFullHistory BITLIKEBEGIN    INSTALL NOCOUNT    DECLARATION @logReport VARCHAR(255)    SET @logReport = 'Night work'    INSERT INTO TEMP_LOGREPORT(text, report) VALUES('================================== = == ================================================== =====', @logReport)    INSERT INTO TEMP_LOGREPORT (text, report) VALUES('NightlyJob started at time ' + CAST(GETDATE() AS VARCHAR), @logReport)    INSERT INTO TEMP_LOGREPORT(text, report) VALUES('================================== = == ================================================== =====', @logReport)    DECLARE taskCursor CURSOR LOCAL FAST_FORWARD READ_ONLY FOR        CHOOSE            r.taskId, link.Id, i.Description, link.externalId, rdef.name, rdir.fromDB, rdir.toDB,           Rdef.procedureName, rfs.fillStrategyId, rp.parameterId        FROM MY_TASK        Reference LEFT OUTER JOIN some_table_1        r.LinkId= link.LinkId        LEFT OUTER JOIN some_table_2 i       Link.Id = i.Id        LEFT OUTER JOIN some_table_3_TASK_DEFINITION rdef        r.taskDefinitionId = rdef.taskDefinitionId        LEFT OUTER JOIN some_table_4_TASK_DIRECTION rdir        ON rdef.directionId matches rdir.directionId        OUTSIDE left JOIN some_table_5_FILL_STRATEGY rfs        ON rdef.fillStrategyId means rfs.fillStrategyId        LEFT OUTER JOIN some_table_6_PARAMETER rp        ON rdef.parameterId = rp.parameterId        WHERE r.active 1 = AND rdef.taskDefinitionId DON'T LIKE 17    DECLARATION @taskId INT    DECLARATION @someOtherId INT    DECLARE @anOtherName VARCHAR(255)    DECLARATION @externalSomeOtherId INT

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