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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.


In reply to Re^3: Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC by roboticus
in thread Calling Oracle StoredProc using Win32:ODBC by ranijoseph

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