SA0192 : Procedure returns more than one result set
The topic describes the SA0192 analysis rule.
Procedure returns more than one result set
The rule checks for CREAT/ALTER PROCEDURE statements and reports if the procedure returns more than one result set.
If multiple SELECT statements are run during the execution of the stored procedure, multiple result sets will be sent to the client.
Review the stored procedure and if this behavior is intentional, the rule can be suppressed.
The rule has a Batch scope and is applied only on the SQL script.
Rule has no parameters.
The rule does not need Analysis Context or SQL Connection.
Design Rules, Bugs
1CREATE PROCEDURE test.spTest_SA0192 2 @Param1 INT 3AS 4SET NOCOUNT ON; 5 6DECLARE @Var1 INT 7 8IF(@Param1 = 1) SELECT 1 9ELSE 10BEGIN 11 WITH c( col1, col2) AS (SELECT 1, 2) 12 SELECT 2 13SELECT 2 14END 15 16SELECT 3 17 18SELECT @Var1 = 2
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