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For example, if you had a stored proc with a decimal(4,2) parameter, and you tried to pass in a value of 100.75, you will get this error message. However, when run from SSA, the SP intermittently exhibits Arithmetic Overflow at the time of exit. The simplest way reproduce the error is with the following script: DECLARE @DecimalValue DECIMAL(4,2) SET @DecimalValue = 100.00 Since the precision of the @DecimalValue variable is set to 4 with 2 Steps 1-7 have never failed. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12097859/sql-8115-arithmetic-overflow-error-converting-numeric-to-data-type-numeric
tkizer Almighty SQL Goddess USA 38200 Posts Posted-03/31/2011: 15:15:01 Wow, a couple of hundred lines? tkizer Almighty SQL Goddess USA 38200 Posts Posted-04/01/2011: 12:34:09 What's in the job step?Tara KizerMicrosoft MVP for Windows Server System - SQL Serverhttp://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/Subscribe to my blog rkapur Starting BUT, you will not get to the try-catch because the exception would have been thrown even before the first BEGIN in the stored proc.
i tried all combination but same results are coming that count is not a function. Step 8 is the one failing with Arithmetic Overflow... The error can easily be reproduced using the following script, which explicitly converts a decimal value into a varchar data type: DECLARE @DecimalValue DECIMAL(5,3) SET @DecimalValue = 99.999 SELECT CAST(@DecimalValue AS Msg 8115 Arithmetic Overflow Error Converting Expression To Data Type Int Add some debug code to it so that output gets put into the job history to help you narrow it down.Tara KizerMicrosoft MVP for Windows Server System - SQL Serverhttp://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/Subscribe to
If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Sqlserver Error 8115 Since it was independent, I was able to move it to the end. This is the same SP I was trying to post yesterday. http://www.sql-server-helper.com/error-messages/msg-8115-numeric-to-numeric.aspx Username: Password: Save Password Forgot your Password?
Arithmetic overflow error converting expression to data type datetime. Arithmetic Overflow Error Converting Expression To Data Type Int. Sql Server Step 8 is doing the job and then exiting with an Arithmetic Overflow. Saturday, November 28, 2015 10:08 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Msdn Web site. The decimal value 99.999 will need 6 characters and not just 5.
Without seeing code, we can't really help you with this. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/234783 bigint can solve all general problems but for built in it does not work. Msg 8115 In Sql Server The popup window says the page cannot be displayed.Is there a way to upload the file? Arithmetic Overflow Error Converting Numeric To Data Type Numeric In Sql Server 2008 SQL Server Error Messages - Msg 8115 - Arithmetic overflow error converting numeric to data type varchar.
IT is only a couple of hundred lines. Get More Info Only the 8th one is failing as it exits. Look for examples on this page, and specifically for ERROR_LINE(). On both scripts, simply by increasing the length of the VARCHAR variable, the error is avoided: DECLARE @DecimalValue DECIMAL(5,3) SET @DecimalValue = 99.999 SELECT CAST(@DecimalValue AS VARCHAR(6)) DECLARE @VarCharValue VARCHAR(6) SET Msg 8115 Level 16 State 8
I reran the SP again without any code changes. Still the stored procedure returns 'Arithmetic overflow error converting int to data type numeric. [SQLSTATE 22003] (Error 8115).' upon exit.Does the @@ERROR = 0 capture the SQLSTATE? Still it is a loose end that I do not like.Regards. useful reference tkizer Almighty SQL Goddess USA 38200 Posts Posted-03/31/2011: 17:13:32 @@ERROR is not enough debug code.
That is, all SQLs ran successfully. (If needed, I can post the stored procedure to the group).The data fields of the source and target of the insert are identical as far Msg 8115 Level 16 State 2 I do not know where to begin...Thanks! The second time it failed but never hit the CATCH block.
Is it only a stored procedure call in there?Tara KizerMicrosoft MVP for Windows Server System - SQL Serverhttp://weblogs.sqlteam.com/tarad/Subscribe to my blog rkapur Starting Member USA 9 Posts Posted-04/04/2011: 12:51:42 Try this: [DBSize] = CAST( ((SUM(CAST( ms.size AS BIGINT ))* 8) / 1024.0) AS DECIMAL(18,2) ) I think there is a one-to-many relationship between sys.master_files and msdb.dbo.backupset so is there a Please check if this part of code has error? Arithmetic Overflow Error Converting Numeric To Data Type Varchar. please look at the output from my first post.
START: Mar 31 2011 10:14AM++ [SQLSTATE 01000] (Message 0) Running: sp_gl_gltransvMar 31 2011 10:14AM [SQLSTATE 01000] (Message 0) insert complete ERROR:0 [SQLSTATE 01000] (Message 0) Index Creation Complete ERROR:0 [SQLSTATE 01000] How can I debug/fix this? ---------------------------------------------------Executed as user: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM. SQL Server Error Messages - Msg 8115 Error Message Server: Msg 8115, Level 16, State 8, Line 2 Arithmetic overflow error converting numeric to data type numeric. this page It is very unlikely that we can help you with such a gigantic stored procedure.
Just by increasing the precision, the error can be avoided: DECLARE @DecimalValue DECIMAL(5,2) SET @DecimalValue = 100.00 Related Articles : Frequently Asked Questions - SQL Server Error Messages Frequently Asked Questions