Re: Oracle with Crystal Reports 11.5.3
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 19:42:44 -0500
Try using a ref cursor defined with a sys_refcursor definition..
"Jer" <jer006_at_gmail.com> wrote in message
> Thank you Dan, looks like a lot of great information there.
> For the strong typed ref cursors do they also have to be of a table or
> view rowtype (I noticed that defining a record type does not work with
> After working with SQL Server and crystal it seems a bit overkill to
> have to create a separate empty table (or view) which looks like the
> return result of the stored procedure if my procedure is selecting
> multiple fields from multiple tables...
> I also noticed that Crystal reports has issues finding stored
> procedures which are part of a package - it will find them initially
> but when you verify the database it removes the call - I was able to
> get around this by creating a stored procedure which was not part of
> any package!
Received on Thu Jul 10 2008 - 19:42:44 CDT