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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: PRINT Statements not printing

    Hi guys,
    I know that the PRINT statements only print after a certain process is done, not when the actual PRINT statment is executed. Can someone explain when exactly does it print them and is there a way to make the print statment show right away?

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    It's not after a process is done, it is either when the buffer is flushed to the display device or the job has completed.

    If you want to monitor a process, create a table and have the process write a table entry. You can open another query window and select from that table with nolock to monitor the progress of the process.

    -- This is all just a Figment of my Imagination --

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomh53
    If you want to monitor a process, create a table and have the process write a table entry. You can open another query window and select from that table with nolock to monitor the progress of the process.
    We do something very like this right the way through all our development. It helps with QA, debugging, monitoring processes that run for hours & hours etc.. Well worth setting up.
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    Thanks guys. Will do.

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