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Im using Perl 5, version 14.The Win32::ODBC is VERSION = '0.034'; and Oracle as database. Im able to reteive information from the database using quries like "emp_id, emp_name from emp" by the following code

use Win32::ODBC; $db= new Win32::ODBC("DSN=datasourcename;UID=username;PWD=passwrd") || + die "Error: " . Win32::ODBC::Error(); $db->Sql("SELECT emp_Id, emp_name, salary FROM Sample.Emp"); while($db->FetchRow()) { @values = $db->Data; print @values; } $db->Close();

Instead of using quries in the perl program, I like to use stored procedures. I have created a storedproc called sp_rank.

PROCEDURE sp_rank(p_cursorVar out CursorType) is begin open p_cursorVar for select emp_id, emp_name from emp; End sp_rank;

I would like to know how to pass storedproc name in the perl and retrieve the data.

In reply to Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC by ranijoseph

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