I'm confused how should I use -b parameter of sqlcmd. I'm trying to write simple automation script for my DB and wanted to stop execution in case of any errors. I'm using SQLServer 2008r2.
For testing I'm calling simple script
sqlcmd -b -i test.sql
content of test.sql:
PRINT 'test1'; RAISERROR ('Error raised', 15, 15); PRINT 'test2';
I expected that after first print I would see error msg and script would stop. But every time second print is executed and I see following output:
Msg 50000, Level 18, State 15, Server TOMEK, Line 3
What I'm doing wrong?