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passing control to sql script [message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 00:56 Go to next message
shaksing
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How i can pass control from a stored procedure to a sql script or procedure.Please give your inputs .
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363077 is a reply to message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 00:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What is "passing control"?
Explain what is your needs and what you are trying to achieve maybe we can help.

In addition, version 8.5.3 never existed.

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Michel

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Re: passing control to sql script [message #363081 is a reply to message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 01:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
shaksing
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As the stored procedure finishes it work , it should pass the control to sql script.

Actually i am calling a stored procedure into a script , and i want as soon as the stored procedure finishes its work it should come out of that and carry on with sql script for further process.
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363083 is a reply to message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 01:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
shaksing
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Hi Michel,

Here is the detail..

Minimum Version: Oracle Xellerate Identity Provisioning (8.5.3) is a technology being offered as part of the Oracle 10g Application Server.
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363103 is a reply to message #363083] Fri, 05 December 2008 02:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I don't your product but in SQL*Plus when a call to a procedure ends it executes the next statement in the script.

SQL> host type P:\Documents\Temp\SQL\t.sql
select sysdate from dual;
call dbms_lock.sleep(5);
select sysdate from dual;

SQL> @P:\Documents\Temp\SQL\t.sql
SYSDATE
-------------------
05/12/2008 09:15:43

1 row selected.


Call completed.

SYSDATE
-------------------
05/12/2008 09:15:48

1 row selected.

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Michel
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363113 is a reply to message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 02:36 Go to previous messageGo to next message
shaksing
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Ok Michel thats what i was looking for . I was just not sure that you just explained.

Can we check that the procedure ran successfully if it called from the sqlscript (as i mentioned earlier), Does a stored procedure returns anything in case it is succesful.
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363117 is a reply to message #363113] Fri, 05 December 2008 02:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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when you are able to create stored procedure with return value then you can assign the same value to your required variable.
Re: passing control to sql script [message #363118 is a reply to message #363113] Fri, 05 December 2008 02:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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It depends on your procedure.
If it is a system procedure there is an exception when it fails.
If it is a custom procedure it depends on how you code it.

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Re: passing control to sql script [message #363136 is a reply to message #363076] Fri, 05 December 2008 03:18 Go to previous message
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Thanks Michel and s.raghunathan .
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