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I’m getting right after an error while getting the cursor object. Just for myself, which might be a simple reason. The stored procedure is a correctly returned cursor. Code I am using:
The very first cursor works fine, but I get an error for the next cursor, e.g. 2.
I’m trying to run one that does a job, gets a REFCURSOR, and does some data manipulation.
var some_cursor REFCURSOR;exec:=:some_cursor SCHEMA.test_getcursor;print some_cursor;variable res varchar2;exec := :ers SCHEMA.second_function(:some_cursor, 'Other_parameter');print res;
The very first
test_getcursor function is a lightweight function that OPENS a cursor, executes a select query, and returns a cursor. It works well and besides giving
some_cursor just a useful action.
The problem occurs when I call a specific
second_function and pass it a refcursor.
enter cursor_rowSAVE(field_1 any_field1%type, field_2 a_field2% type, field_3 some_field3%type); newline line_cursor;BEGINRIBBONget PASSED_IN_REFCURSOR INTO new_row - this is where the type function fails...manipulativeCalling data...EXIT PASSED_IN_REFCURSOR%NOTFOUND;END if LOOP;PASSED_IN_REFCURSOR CLOSE;END;
I’m sure the type I created has the same number of rows and the same data set as the referenced cursor.
What am I doing wrong? I’m Oracle with 10g, PL/SQL 10.2
cst is conx.prepareCall(“call OFFNAMES_READ(?,?,?,?)”);
Help extract pointer cursor to new table field
I have a specific query that looks like the following:
select department_id, cursor (select employee_id where command department_id = d.department_id) dividing d
Because I’m expecting multiple rows, I want to select this to be in a nested bank variable (of a different type created by the nested table) when bulk copying a selection by parameter in almost any procedure. I have some doubts:
I have to. all I create is a nested column in my internal table that will set the referencing cursor result? Link to cursor column? SortingWhat about the Adrian column?
2. If the column found in the nested internal table that can store the result of this reference pointer is another table, how can I write the result of the entire query into one volume?
(I want to collect everything in one query, I know how to use pl / sql correctly. Never inflate, but use two nested loops, I try to avoid this).
Thanks in advance.
This is absolutely easier:
explain Enter dep_emp_list_tbl_type there should be a sys.OdciVarchar2List table; v_dep_emp_list_tbl dep_emp_list_tbl_type; v_dep_id_tbl sys.OdciNumberList;begin select Department_id cast(multiset (select employee_id from hr.employees where equal to Department_id = d.department_id) as sys.OdciVarchar2List) Bulk storage in v_dep_id_tbl, v_dep_emp_list_tbl HR departments;End;//
Regional Report – Using ? Reference Cursor
The article above is over 2 years old. The proven methods in the link above are still good today when we want to manifest a report area in APEX and are based on a function thatwhich usually returns a pointer cursor? Are there many improvements in this area for the upcoming APEX 5.0 database and/or Oracle 12c?
The article above is 2 years older. Are the methods shown in the link above still relevant if we want to create a meaningful reporting area in APEX and are probably based on a function that generates a reference cursor?
If the function returns that the cursor reference is the actual access point that you currently have data about, then it probably is. If you have direct access to the underlying database objects and not all functions are really complex, you should probably create your own body from a function that returns data from a SQL query.
I’ve divided everything related to the dynamics of the reference cursor into two layers, not one: one function is for dynamic SQL lookups, and the other is for reaching the binding parameters for the open reference cursor. APEX applications can then reuse all functionality.See SQL queries in unbiased data processing solutions for SQL queries that return a body (as long as you ensure that binding custom names remain loosely compatible with APEX points).Get a faster