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PL/SQL: Dynamically passing/changing value in WHERE clause ???

From: george lewycky <gelewyc_at_nyct.com>
Date: 28 Apr 2004 12:52:24 -0700
Message-ID: <68aecc05.0404281152.39ec500@posting.google.com>


Is there someway I can make a parameter or variable of some sort to pass into my PL/SQL cursor shown below to change the value of the date without having to rebuild the package each time??

Can I alter this value dynamically ??

   and trx_date > '31/MAR/04'

any ideas would be appreciate

thanks in advance

George Lewycky


 CURSOR c_invh IS
  SELECT CUSTOMER_TRX_ID,
   BILL_TO_CUSTOMER_NUMBER,
   substr(BILL_TO_CUSTOMER_NAME,1,45) customer_name,

   DEFAULT_BILL_ATTN,
   BILL_TO_ADDRESS1,
   BILL_TO_ADDRESS2,
   BILL_TO_CITY,
   BILL_TO_STATE,
   BILL_TO_POSTAL_CODE,
   BILL_TO_COUNTRY,
   BILL_TO_COUNTRY_NAME,

   TRX_NUMBER,
   TRX_DATE,
   TERM_NAME,
   CLASS_NAME,
   TOTAL_AMOUNT,
   substr(PURCHASE_ORDER_NUMBER,1,5) jobno,    BATCH_SOURCE_NAME,
   PRINTING_ORIGINAL_DATE,
   PRINTING_LAST_PRINTED,
   PRINTING_OPTION,
   PRINTING_PENDING,
   PRINTING_COUNT

  FROM AR_INVOICE_HEADER_V INV
 where class_name = 'Invoice'
   and trx_date > '31/MAR/04' <--------------   and BILL_TO_CUSTOMER_NUMBER not in (1404, 1480)   order by trx_number; Received on Wed Apr 28 2004 - 14:52:24 CDT

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