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SSIS can't work with Oracle procedure with OUTPUT param sysrefcursor

SSIS can't work with Oracle procedure with OUTPUT param sysrefcursor

Hi, I have a little bit problem with SSIS and executing Oracle procedure with OUTPUT param sysrefcursor.
This procedure return one column with 200 rows through sysrefcursor. I try to make this but unsuccessful.
In sql task editor in sql statement I put:
begin procedure ? OUTPUT; end; also set full result
And in parameter mapping i put OUTPUT param VARCHAR, variable is type Object.
Can somebody same expiriance?

RE: SSIS can't work with Oracle procedure with OUTPUT param sysrefcursor

see this

one other way is to call yet another package which executes the first one and inserts the data into a table - and then you do a normal table extract


Frederico Fonseca
SysSoft Integrated Ltd

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