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Error 3604 is unusual in that it has no message text, does not appear in the sysmessages table, and is not expected to appear to the user or be printed in the errorlog.

ASE uses it internally to invoke the error handling mechanism; the error indicates that transaction has been aborted while executing a command that does not modify data..

However, 3604 may be seen in @@error or in the output of DBCC pss which includes list of error numbers that have been encountered by the connection.

There are a handful of other textless error numbers that are used internally in a similar way (not a comprehensive list):

ASE Error 3601
ASE Error 3602
ASE Error 3603
ASE Error 5000

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