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Sytnax error in Proc

Sytnax error in Proc

Sytnax error in Proc

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I keep getting error ERROR line 9, col 14, ending_line 9, ending_col 15, Found ':=', Invalid identifier: :=

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE SYSVIEW.TESTREPORT (V_TEXT IN varchar2) AUTHID CURRENT_USER AS
V_VAR1 VARCHAR2 (12);
v_VAR2 INTEGER;
V_TABLE_NAME VARCHAR(50);

V_TABLE_NAME := 'TABLE_' || V_TEXT;

RE: Sytnax error in Proc

You could try putting a BEGIN and END around the actual processing SQL. A good habit in any case.

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RE: Sytnax error in Proc

Jason,

As John suggested, the syntax problem relates to missing BEGIN and END keywords:

CODE

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE TESTREPORT (V_TEXT IN varchar2) AUTHID CURRENT_USER AS
 V_VAR1 VARCHAR2 (12);
 v_VAR2 INTEGER;
 V_TABLE_NAME VARCHAR(50);
Begin
 V_TABLE_NAME := 'TABLE_' || V_TEXT;
End;
/

Procedure created. 

santaMufasa
(aka Dave of Sandy, Utah, USA)
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