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From sebb <>
Subject Re: Database procedures
Date Tue, 06 Jun 2006 22:56:20 GMT
Have you tried using :

{call dbp_a("BROWN","WALTER","1871")}

A quick Google suggests that the enclosing {} may be required.

If so, and that does not work:

Are you using the same JDBC libraries for the Java program and JMeter?

If so, can you perhaps send me (privately) the relevant Java code that
calls the stored procedure?

Or maybe you could compare your Java code with that in the JMeter code:

On 06/06/06,
<> wrote:
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> I am attempting to run an Ingres database procedure and have obtained a
> version of JMeter 2.1.1 with the fix for bug 38682.  The database
> procedure runs ok through a java program but I have had no success with
> various formats in Jmeter.  Here are a sample of my input and responses.
> The sql on which the database procedure was written works fine.
> Ron
> execute(dbp_a("BROWN","WALTER","1871"))
> execute dbp_a("BROWN","WALTER","1871")
> HTTP response message: ca.gcf.util.SqlEx: line 1, Syntax error on
> 'execute'.  The correct syntax is:
>    [FOR [DIRECT | DEFERRED] UPDATE OF column {, ... }]
> call dbp_a("BROWN","WALTER","1871")
> HTTP response message: ca.gcf.util.SqlEx: line 1, The dynamically
> defined statement 'call' not found.
>  Perhaps a PREPARE or DESCRIBE wasn't successful.
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