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Bind a runtime variable in Select statement?

Bind a runtime variable in Select statement?

(OP)
I suspect this has a simple solution. Please help this SQL code newbie.

This select statement :

Select g.NOTIF_NAME, h.AW_NOTIF_EMAIL, g.NOTIF_ACTIVITY_DATE
from NOTIF g, NOTIF_DETAIL h
where g.aw_notif_seq = h.aw_notif_seq
and h.AW_NOTIF_EMAIL like '&email'
order by 1,2

gives me error:
ORA-01008: not all variables bound

How do I BIND this runtime parameter?

RE: Bind a runtime variable in Select statement?

Hi

  • Are you sure this is related to MySQL ? Looks like Oracle to me.
  • Are you sure the error occurs in that statement ? I see no variable to bind there.
  • Next time please post your code between [code] and [/code] TGML tags. Its much readable that way.

Feherke.
feherke.ga

RE: Bind a runtime variable in Select statement?

(OP)
Thanks for the help.
I will try the options you suggested.

RE: Bind a runtime variable in Select statement?

Hi

Quote (SkipVought)

You have a parameter: email
Oops. I completely forgot substitution variables. ( Mainly used bind variables and even that was long time ago. )

Then email should be defined somewhere before that select statement :

CODE --> SQL

define email = 'fake@example.com' 

Feherke.
feherke.ga

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