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From puneet arya <puneet_arya_...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: Passing Values to IN Operator in Oracle Stored Procedure
Date Tue, 20 Jun 2006 04:50:42 GMT
     you have to write UDF to get the IN operator and pass the value of the function (as it
returns value) to a variable which u have to defined in stored procedure. In UDF you have
to write a code in which format u want to have string ...like in( 'ar','in')
                                                       Puneet Arya

Bala R K <kbase04@gmail.com> wrote:
  I am using Java, Oracle 9i and iBatis 2.1.7 in my application.
  I like to know how to pass values to a IN Operator for a Stored Procedure.
  The query will be some what simalar like this:
  select COUNTRY_NAME,REGION from countries where COUNTRY_ID IN('AR','IN');
  The values for IN operator (String within single quote and comma separated)i.e. 'AR','IN'
need to be passed from the client.

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