DBIx::ProcedureCall needs to know if you are about to call a function or a procedure (because the SQL is different). You have to make sure you call the wrapper subroutines in the right context:
You have to call procedures in void context.
You have to call functions in non-void context.
If you do not want to rely on this mechanism, you can declare the correct type using the attributes :procedure and :function:
use DBIx::ProcedureCall qw[
If you use these attributes, the calling context will be ignored and the call will be dispatched according to your declaration.
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