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Default Passing Array to Oracle Stored Procedure

Hi All,
I need to write a stored proc in Oracle that accepts an array as input parameter.

Pls let me know how should i call it from my C# class
and also how to declare it in oracle

Thanks,
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http://www.oracle.com/technology/ora...an/o17odp.html

Hope this helps.

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