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Stored Procedure Question. HELP [message #672371] Fri, 12 October 2018 13:05 Go to next message
gethariprasad
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Hi All,

I am new to Stored Procedure's, Package's and Cursor's. We have a basic requirement to create a stored procedure which takes one input parameter and return 7 out parameters.

The Stored Procedure has compiled properly. But when we try to execute it, it is giving me errors.

Stored Procedure(Version-1):
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE sysadm.HK_KFX_PO_SP
(
PO_NUMBER IN VARCHAR2
, LINE_NUM OUT NUMBER
, SCHED_NUM OUT NUMBER
, LINE_DESCR OUT VARCHAR2
, LINE_UOM OUT VARCHAR2
, LINE_UNIT_PRICE OUT NUMBER
, LINE_QUANTITY OUT NUMBER
, LINE_MERCH_AMOUNT OUT NUMBER
) AS
BEGIN

SELECT PL.LINE_NBR
, PS.SCHED_NBR
, PL.DESCR254_MIXED
, PL.UNIT_OF_MEASURE
, PS.PRICE_PO
, PS.QTY_PO
, PS.MERCHANDISE_AMT

INTO
LINE_NUM
, SCHED_NUM
, LINE_DESCR
, LINE_UOM
, LINE_UNIT_PRICE
, LINE_QUANTITY
, LINE_MERCH_AMOUNT

FROM PS_PO_HDR PH
, PS_PO_LINE PL
, PS_PO_LINE_SHIP PS

WHERE PH.BUSINESS_UNIT = PL.BUSINESS_UNIT
AND PH.PO_ID = PL.PO_ID
AND PL.BUSINESS_UNIT = PS.BUSINESS_UNIT
AND PL.PO_ID = PS.PO_ID
AND PL.LINE_NBR = PS.LINE_NBR
AND PH.PO_STATUS IN ('A', 'D')
AND PL.CANCEL_STATUS <> 'X'
AND PH.PO_ID = PO_NUMBER;
END HK_KFX_PO_SP;


Stored Procedure(Version-2):

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE HK_KFX_PO_SP
(
PO_NUMBER IN varchar2,
b_cursor OUT sys_refCURSOR
) AS
BEGIN
OPEN b_cursor FOR
SELECT PL.LINE_NBR "LINE_NUM"
, PS.SCHED_NBR "SCHED_NUM"
, PL.DESCR254_MIXED "LINE_DESCR"
, PL.UNIT_OF_MEASURE "LINE_UOM"
, PS.PRICE_PO "LINE_UNIT_PRICE"
, PS.QTY_PO "LINE_QUANTITY"
, PS.MERCHANDISE_AMT "LINE_MERCH_AMOUNT"

FROM PS_PO_HDR PH
, PS_PO_LINE PL
, PS_PO_LINE_SHIP PS

WHERE PH.BUSINESS_UNIT = PL.BUSINESS_UNIT
AND PH.PO_ID = PL.PO_ID
AND PL.BUSINESS_UNIT = PS.BUSINESS_UNIT
AND PL.PO_ID = PS.PO_ID
AND PL.LINE_NBR = PS.LINE_NBR
AND PH.PO_STATUS IN ('A', 'D')
AND PL.CANCEL_STATUS <> 'X'
AND PH.PO_ID = PO_NUMBER;
END HK_KFX_PO_SP;

Errors:
ORA-06550: line 1 column 7:
PLS-00306: wrong number or types of arguments in call to 'HK_KFX_PO_SP'


When i ran the SQL inside the stored procedure in TOAD, it executes fine.

Please find the attached screenshots.

I do not know what is wrong with this Proc.

Any help would be highly appreciated.

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Re: Stored Procedure Question. HELP [message #672372 is a reply to message #672371] Fri, 12 October 2018 13:34 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Welcome to the forum.
Please read OraFAQ Forum Guide and How to use [code] tags and make your code easier to read.
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The error message is pretty obvious: you didn't call the procedure with the same parameters than you declare it.
Indeed, your procedure has 2 or 8 parameters and you call it with only one parameter.

Re: Stored Procedure Question. HELP [message #672373 is a reply to message #672372] Fri, 12 October 2018 13:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gethariprasad
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Registered: October 2018
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Thanks for the quick response.

Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition Release 12.1.0.2.0

I only has 1 input Parameter(PO_NUMBER).

That's why i have passed 1 input variable.

SET SERVEROUTPUT ON;
EXEC sysadm.HK_KFX_PO_SP('GEN0000146');

Correct me, if i am wrong.
Re: Stored Procedure Question. HELP [message #672375 is a reply to message #672373] Fri, 12 October 2018 14:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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You are wrong. Smile
Version 1: Your procedure has 1 input parameter and 7 output parameters, you have to call it with 1 input parameter (maybe a constant as you did it) and 7 output parameters that must be variables.
Version 2: same thing but with 1 output parameter which must be a ref cursor variable.

[Edit: missing word]

[Updated on: Mon, 15 October 2018 04:12]

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Re: Stored Procedure Question. HELP [message #672422 is a reply to message #672375] Mon, 15 October 2018 04:00 Go to previous message
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