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Passing Multiple Values to the Stored Procedure [message #306048] Wed, 12 March 2008 11:51
filgimathew
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Registered: March 2008
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The following procedure works fine when I run the procedure directly in SQL Developer. However, when I try to do it through .NET, it doesnot returns anything. It does have the data also. I was testing with the following procedure to see what is going wrong. But still no success. I would appreciate if you could help.

create or replace
PROCEDURE INSP_REMAIN_VALUE_REPORT_SPROC(
strWorkLocKeyList IN VARCHAR2,strInspZoneKeyList IN VARCHAR2,
out_cursor OUT GIMMS_SHARED_PKG.REF_CURSOR)
IS

resultset varchar2(10000):=
' SELECT WORK_LOCATION_CODE FROM GIMMS_WORK_LOCATION where WORK_LOCATION_KEY IN (SELECT tempWZ.value FROM GIMMS_TEMP_NUMBER_LIST tempWZ WHERE tempWZ.VALUE='||'WORK_LOCATION_KEY' ||')';

BEGIN
INSERT INTO GIMMS_TEMP_NUMBER_LIST (COLUMN_NAME, VALUE)
VALUES ('WORK_LOCATION_KEY', TO_NUMBER('17'));


OPEN out_cursor FOR resultset;

END INSP_REMAIN_VALUE_REPORT_SPROC;

[Updated on: Wed, 12 March 2008 11:53]

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