CodeSnip: Using Dynamic Cursor in a Procedure Using Oracle 9i
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by Deepankar Sarangi
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By following the mentioned approach the user can use same procedure multiple times for a different set of tables again and again. The user also does not have to bother about the table name while declaring the cursor.


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Title: Auther   
Name: Deepankar Sarangi
Date: 2009-06-13 2:45:20 AM
Comment:
Hi Andrew,
In case you do not know the column(s) name in advance and wish to pass the column name dynamically just like the table name and job name you have to pass another in parameter carrying the column name.
Then your dynamic query would look as given below.

sql_stmt := 'SELECT distinct '||in_column_nm||' FROM '||in_table_nm||' WHERE JOB ='''||job_name||'''';

plz let me know in case any issue.....
Title: listing Table Contents   
Name: Andrew Snowball
Date: 2009-06-11 7:01:29 PM
Comment:
But what if you don't know the columns in the table(s).
This example only works if you know that whatever table you use will always contain a column named "ename"...

I need to extract data without knowing the columns.

~AS.
Title: Passing Table from .Net   
Name: Jegan
Date: 2008-05-30 1:42:32 AM
Comment:
Hi Deepankar Sarangi

This is goood,now i wanted to pass datatable from .Net to oracle stored procedure.
Pls reply

Jegan






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