Here is the scenario.
Running SQL Server 2k standard.
Win2k Server.
Created stored procedure that has within it 'Print' statements.
Used SQL Agent to schedule this SP to run at a given interval.
The output is dumped to an output file.

Now when this runs and I look at the output file, I find:
[SQLSTATE 01000]
at the end of each 'Print' statement output.
Now I know this is an ODBC message, but since it is garbage that means nothing to the output; How do I stop this ODBC message from getting dumped to the output file???
Thanks in advance.