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Hello to all.
I am making an application to load the registries of a data base in DB2 to one of Oracle.
I obtain INSERT or UPDATE to execute and use the CallableStatement class to execute it.
It gives the error me in Java; but with SQL EXTRA or Pilot Database no.

ORA-01006 bind variable does not exist

Why it can be?
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Cause of the error: A program issued a BIND call for a variable not listed in the associated SQL statement. Only those variables prefixed by either a colon (:) or ampersand (&) in the SQL statement may be referenced in a BIND call, OBIND or OBINDN.
This error may also be caused by a mismatch between a Precompiler program and the related library, SQLLIB.
Modify the BIND call to reference one of the substitute variables specified in the associated SQL statement.

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