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====== DECLARE HANDLER Statement - PL/HQL ====== You can use DECLARE HANDLER statement to define one or more PL/HQL statements to execute when a condition occurs. **Syntax**: <code language=sql> DECLARE [CONTINUE | EXIT] HANDLER FOR [SQLEXCEPTION | NOT FOUND | user_condition] code_block; </code> **Description:** | CONTINUE | When the handler completes, control is returned to PL/HQL statement following the statement that raised the condition | | EXIT | After the handler completes, control is returned to the end of the block that declared the handler | | //code_block// | PL/HQL statement(s) to execute when the specified condition occurs | **Examples:** <code language=sql> DECLARE name VARCHAR(100); DECLARE no_rows INT DEFAULT 0; DECLARE CONTINUE HANDLER FOR NOT FOUND SET no_rows = 1; OPEN cur FOR 'SELECT name FROM db.orders'; FETCH cur INTO name; WHILE no_rows = 0 THEN PRINT id; FETCH cur INTO name; END WHILE; CLOSE cur; </code> **Compatibility:** IBM DB2, Teradata and MySQL. **Version**: * PL/HQL 0.3.1 - User-defined condition supported * PL/HQL 0.01 - Introduced **See also:** * [[error-handling|Error Handling]] * [[declare-condition|DECLARE CONDITION]] * [[sqlcode|SQLCODE]] * [[sqlstate|SQLSTATE]] * [[get-diagnostics|GET DIAGNOSTICS]] * [[signal|SIGNAL]] * [[resignal|RESIGNAL]]