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Re: Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC

by roboticus (Canon)
on Jan 11, 2013 at 18:31 UTC ( #1012949=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC

ranijoseph:

For calling Oracle stored procs (which I do *all the time*), I do it like this:

... my $ST=$DB->prepare("call apps.package_name.proc(?, ?, ?)"); my ($ST_result, $arg1, $arg2); ... $ST->bind_param(1, $arg1); $ST->bind_param(2, $arg2); $ST->bind_param_inout(3, \$ST_result, 0, { ora_type=>ORA_RSET } ); $ST->execute(); while (my $hr = $ST_result.fetchrow_hashref) { ... process data ... }

This is for a stored procedure that looks something like:

procedure proc( arg1 in varchar(32), arg2 in number, result out sys_cursor ) as begin open result for select col1, col2, 'FOO' col3 from tableFoo where col7=arg1 or col8=arg2 ; end;

...roboticus

When your only tool is a hammer, all problems look like your thumb.


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Re^2: Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC
by ranijoseph (Initiate) on Jan 11, 2013 at 20:30 UTC

    Thank you so much for the reply. I didn't understand the code very well.

    my $ST=$DB->prepare("call apps.package_name.proc(?, ?, ?)");

    what is apps?

    If we don't want to pass parameter, are we declare like my $ST=$DB->prepare("call apps.package_name.proc"). Could you please give me the code for calling the following procedure.

    PROCEDURE sp_rank(p_cursorVar out CursorType) is begin open p_cursorVar for select emp_id, emp_name from emp; End pension_rank;
    Thank you so much for your time.
      First I'd guess he's using DBI w/ DBD::ODBC or DBD::Oracle, I know I haven't used Win32::ODBC in quite some time.

      I'd also guess that 'apps.package_name' is related to the name space that the stored proc is in. For those details you'll want to talk to your DBA.

      Also the 'bind' statements are related to the parameters. Since you don't want to use parameters, you can safely ignore the binds...

      TJD

      ranijoseph:

      As the Anonymous Monk states above, it's the namespace the package resides in. I'm using DBI with DBD::Oracle, so the code may not be exactly what Win32::ODBC would use.

      The code would be something like:

      ... my $ST=$DB->prepare("call apps.package_name.sp_rank(?)"); my ($ST_result); ... $ST->bind_param_inout(1, \$ST_result, 0, { ora_type=>ORA_RSET } ); $ST->execute(); while (my $hr = $ST_result.fetchrow_hashref) { ... process data ... }

      But in any case, to call the procedure, you just use a "call SPROC(args...)" statement as you would normally use "select * from table". The difficulty may be in returning a recordset. For DBD::Oracle we bind another variable ($ST_result above) to the output cursor, and then we can treat it as a statement handle and retrieve the results from it. You'll have to fiddle with that to make it work in Win32::ODBC.

      ...roboticus

      When your only tool is a hammer, all problems look like your thumb.

Re^2: Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC
by mje (Deacon) on Jan 14, 2013 at 13:21 UTC

    You may already know this and not care but I'd be careful using "call" as it gobbles up NO_DATA_FOUND errors. I've been bitten by this myself in the past and it is documented by Oracle but I cannot remember where now. We switched to use "begin package.proc(?); end;" syntax ages ago which does not suffer the same problem.

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