Re: Access frontal interface for Oracle database

From: Shakespeare <>
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 20:39:42 +0200
Message-ID: <48a0876f$0$184$>

"Gloops" <> schreef in bericht news:g7q0ad$hpl$
> Well, here is some feedback.
> I obtained error 3146 while executing "EXECUTE MAJSES", or "BEGIN MAJSES",
> either by ADODB.Execute, or by Workspace.Connection.QueryDef.Execute
> If I try, from the query interface of Access, to launch "EXECUTE MAJSES"
> or "BEGIN MAJSES", I am answered "Invalid SQL instruction; DELETE, INSERT,
> PROCEDURE, SELECT or UPDATE awaited". If I try and launch "PROCEDURE
> MAJSES" I am blamed for a syntax error in the PARAMETERS clause, and same
> thing if I try to save the record to define parameters from a function.
> fact, the code of MAJSES), but after that the TMPCLIENTS table was still
> empty.
> A session is opened by the sub to execute a query, and closed before the
> end of the sub. I fear that the temporary table is proper to each session
> that is opened like that, so, if ten sessions are opened that way, ten
> copies of the same table are created with no way to see data from one to
> the other.
> So, I presume that a session has to be opened public in a module when
> opening the database, to be closed only when closing the database, and all
> subs that have to operate on the base must refer to that session object,
> but I do not have enough time to test the different syntaxes and objects
> to implement this, so this will be for my next mission on Oracle. I tried
> with other newsgroups before, I discovered these two ones by browsing a
> book last Saturday once I could somewhat situate the question.
> One special point of attention is how to obtain that the session object in
> the code refers to the same session as the user interface.
> It would be tempting to launch OraDatabase.Execute "PROCEDURE MAJSES" or
> "EXECUTE MAJSES", ORA-00900 invalid SQL instruction, or
> OraDatabase.Execute "BEGIN MAJSES", ORA-06550 SQL execution error, line 1
> column 12, PLS-00103, end of file symbol met in place of one of the
> following symbols :
> := . ( @ % ;
> In the same time, if you see how to correct the syntax, it could be
> interesting to do some tests about it, even if I have no time to use it
> for the final results. I see some examples in the help of OraParamArrays,
> but as I do not exactly situate how much time I need for this, I have to
> start up.
> In the meanwhile, I could create temporary tables in Access. Of course,
> like that, the Access interface will become very fat, but at least several
> people can access at the same time.
> It was a very good idea to tell me I do not need temporary tables. Please
> feel free to propose a way to do like that, from Access.

It should be
"BEGIN MAJSES ; END ;" Shakespeare Received on Mon Aug 11 2008 - 13:39:42 CDT

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