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From "Wilson, Colin" <colin.wil...@metoffice.com>
Subject Esql and Oracle Functions
Date Thu, 09 Oct 2003 14:40:09 GMT
Is there anyway that I can get results from an Oracle Function (as
opposed to an Oracle Procedure). I have tried :

	<esql:connection>
	  <esql:pool>oracle</esql:pool>
	  <esql:execute-query>
	  <esql:call>begin mypackage.myfunction(
            'text',
            'text2',
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="String" />,
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="String" />,
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="String" />,
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="Int" />,
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="Int" />,
            <esql:parameter direction="out" type="String" />
          );
          end;
        </esql:call>
        <esql:call-results>
            <esql:get-int column="1" />
        </esql:call-results>
    </esql:execute-query>
</esql:connection>
		

But I get :

executing statement:            begin mypackage.myfunction(
'text',             'text2',             ?,             ?,
?,             ?,             ?,             ?           );
end;     : java.sql.SQLException: ORA-06550: line 1, column 18:
PLS-00221: 'MYFUNCTION' is not a procedure or is undefined
ORA-06550: line 1, column 18:
PL/SQL: Statement ignored


Which is quite true of course.


The Oracle function is defined as:

FUNCTION myfunction
  (
  p_a    VARCHAR2,
  p_b      VARCHAR2,
  p_c     OUT NUMBER,
  p_d    OUT VARCHAR2,
  p_e     OUT VARCHAR2,
  p_f     OUT NUMBER,
  p_g    OUT NUMBER,
  p_h      OUT VARCHAR2
  ) RETURN NUMBER

And has been used many times before from java etc.







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