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MULTIPLE VALUE PASSING "IN" OPERATOR FROM "MULTISELECT LIST" [message #389641] Tue, 03 March 2009 00:30 Go to next message
OraVision
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DDL:
CREATE TABLE  "TB_IMPORTDT" 
   (	"AUTOID" NUMBER, 
	"POPULATION" VARCHAR2(6), 
	"DEATH" VARCHAR2(6), 
	"DISEASEID" NUMBER(4)
   )
/



DATA:
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(1,'394849','100',1)
/
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(2,'394849','100',2)
/
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(3,'394849','100',3)
/
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(4,'394849','100',3)
/
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(5,'394849','100',1)
/
INSERT INTO TB_IMPORTDT VALUES(6,'394849','100',2)
/
COMMIT;


DATA PREVIEW:
    AUTOID POPULA DEATH   DISEASEID                                             
---------- ------ ------ ----------                                             
         1 394849 100             1                                             
         2 394849 100             2                                             
         3 394849 100             3                                             
         4 394849 100             3                                             
         5 394849 100             1                                             
         6 394849 100             2                                             

6 rows selected.

PROBLEM:
MULTIPLE VALUE PASSING into "IN" operator from "MULTI SELECT LIST".

BELOW OUTPUT IS EXPECTED AND OK
SQL> SELECT * FROM TB_IMPORTDT WHERE DISEASEID IN ('1','2','3');

    AUTOID POPULA DEATH   DISEASEID                                             
---------- ------ ------ ----------                                             
         1 394849 100             1                                             
         2 394849 100             2                                             
         3 394849 100             3                                             
         4 394849 100             3                                             
         5 394849 100             1                                             
         6 394849 100             2                                             

6 rows selected.


BELOW CODE NOT WORKING:(not getting the output)
 SELECT * FROM TB_IMPORTDT WHERE DISEASEID IN (:P_DISEASELIST)


NOTE: Here "P_DISEASELIST" IS A "MULTI SELECT LIST" that returning value as 1:2:3 and before putting into IN parameter i am replacing ':' value to ',' as
Replace(:P_DISEASELIST,':',',')

--Thanks

[Updated on: Tue, 03 March 2009 00:37]

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Re: MULTIPLE VALUE PASSING "IN" OPERATOR FROM "MULTISELECT LIST" [message #389651 is a reply to message #389641] Tue, 03 March 2009 00:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Search for "varying in-list".

Regards
Michel
Re: MULTIPLE VALUE PASSING "IN" OPERATOR FROM "MULTISELECT LIST" [message #389725 is a reply to message #389641] Tue, 03 March 2009 06:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
OraVision
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Thank you very much.
Re: MULTIPLE VALUE PASSING "IN" OPERATOR FROM "MULTISELECT LIST" [message #389873 is a reply to message #389641] Tue, 03 March 2009 20:16 Go to previous message
dr.s.raghunathan
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hi,

you can create type to array list. Example is available in this forum against sample script. hope this will suit to your needs
best of luck. If that does not work, let me know so that i will correct myself
yours
dr.s.raghunathan

ps : sorry i didn't see your message #389725

[Updated on: Tue, 03 March 2009 20:20]

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