User-defined errors are certain conditions that a developer can define as errors in an application's business logic. For instance, your company may have a business rule specifying that total compensation for an employee can't exceed that of the employee's manager. The database routine, such as a stored procedure, used to modify the compensation must check whether the new value complies with this company regulation. If the new value exceeds the limit, the routine signals an error to the ...

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