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Default VB arises an error when dealing with database ..

Hi experts!
I'm new to VB and oracle stored procedure. I had created a
VB code to execute a stored procedure in Oracle,, and in the stored procedure, a link to another oracle database is created.
I created a stored procedure in Oracle database "A" and want to get some data information from oracle database "EVF16" which I don't have any right to create a store procedure or nothing...
Here is my VB code:
'I had something like database connection here...

Dim Cmd As New ADODB.Command
' Use a connection string or a Connection object.



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