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Need to EXEC an Oracle Procedure From Within WebFOCUS

Need to EXEC an Oracle Procedure From Within WebFOCUS

Need to EXEC an Oracle Procedure From Within WebFOCUS

We have a PROCEDURE which resides in Oracle.
We want to perform an EXEC of this procedure from
a Webfocus FEX.

Can this be done?

We can do it for Stored Procedures which reside in MS SQL



RE: Need to EXEC an Oracle Procedure From Within WebFOCUS

Sure. Here's what the doc says:

The supported syntax to call a stored procedure is shown below. It is recommended that you use the syntax below instead of the previously supported CALLORA syntax.


The server supports invocation of stored procedures written according to the following rules:

. All scalar parameters (IN, OUT, and INOUT) are supported.

. A cursor must be defined with:

    The TYPE statement in a PACKAGE or PROCEDURE.

    An associated record layout of the answer set to be returned.

. The cursor must be opened in the procedure.

. No fetching is allowed in the stored procedure. The Adapter for Oracle fetches the answer set.

. Any messages must be issued using the RAISE APPLICATION ERROR method.

Note: Any application error that is issued by the stored procedure is available in the server variable &ORAMSGTXT.

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