Jonathan Kehayias helps me understand that Trace Flag 460 is one of the best trace flags ever:
For most people that are reading this post, I’d venture to guess that you have no idea what Trace Flag 460 is or when you would use it. Well first off, let me tell you it’s a fully documented and supported trace flag, and it’s totally safe. In fact, on SQL Server 2019 and higher it is the default behavior when you create a new database. What does it do? It makes troubleshooting string or binary truncation issues easier by changing the error message that is returned from message ID 8152 and replaces it instead with message ID 2628. The trace flag is also available in SQL Server 2016 SP2 CU6+ and SQL Server 2017 CU12.
Read on to learn more about it and to remove a potential bit of confusion in the documentation.Comments closed