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Old January 19th, 2004, 06:22 PM
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Default Calling oracle packages from VB

I have a procedure defined as:
PROCEDURE FindMillOrdPiecesOnLineup

That makes for two record sets coming out and I can deal with the output record sets as per the Oracle OLE DB instructions WHAT I CAN NOT FIGURE OUT IS:
1) Can you pass in a record set INTO an oracle procedure?
   If so, how?
2) If you can not (and I don't think you can) then is it possible to passing several arrays (one per column)? What would the create parameter statement look like on the VB side and what variable type needs te used on the Oracle side.

If you have any sample code that comes close to this situation please pass it on. I really don't want to have to pass in a formatted string that I will have to parse as part of the oracle programme.

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Yes for sure we can pass Oracle recordset into procedure. I forgot it let me check it out.


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