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Default Oracle Stored Procedure

Hi
I am using Oracle 10G
I have a stored procedure which takes to input parameter and updates a row in a table

I am using the following code in C#

_cmd.CommandText = "Exec UpdateEmployee (" + custId + "," + name + ");";
_cmd.commandtype=commandtype.text;
_cmd.ExecuteNonQuery();

The above does not work for oracle database but works fine for sql server. Please help.

I do not know the names of stored procedure parameters at run time. I can just use their position




 


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