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Old July 27th, 2005, 11:25 AM
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Default retrieving multiple rows from table

i ve a table in a oracle database. i want to create a stored procedure to retrieve multiple rows depending upon the input info..assume xxx and yyy are in table

create or replace procedure proc_name(data_in IN varchar, data_out OUT) as BEGIN select xxx INTO data_out from table_name where yyy=data_in;end;
wat if when i ve multiple data_in that matches yyy...how to retrieve all of them and corresponding rows..
pl help.

thanks in advance.

Old August 8th, 2005, 03:55 AM
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Hi you have post the answer in wrong section,
you should post thi in oracle section.....

But in SQL Server by using table variable you can complete the task.

Amit Jain

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