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The table 'PROCEDURE' could not be found. Error in File Report1003 {9578D7F2-1799-4336-B8F1-9FA4FB81277C}.rpt: The table could not be found.

The following error comes up when I use a package procedures in my Crystal Report. If I use a procedure, the report works just fine. It seems that the crystal report runtime is not recognizing (or stripping) the package name at runtime and seems to think my procedure is a table.

The table 'PROCEDURE' could not be found. Error in File Report1003 {9578D7F2-1799-4336-B8F1-9FA4FB81277C}.rpt: The table could not be found.

When I go into my report and uncheck the following:

Verify on First Refresh

Verify Stored Procedures on First Refresh

then I receive the following error on my report:

Failed to retrieve data from the database. Details: [Database Vendor Code: 6550 ] Failed to retrieve data from the database. Details: [Database Vendor Code: 6550 ] Failed to retrieve data from the database. Error in File Report1003 {5D78B282-7113-4C87-A004-4852A99442C3}.rpt: Failed to retrieve data from the database. Details: [Database Vendor Code: 6550 ]

This is what the Show SQL Query looks like in my report:

BEGIN "MYDATABASE"."PACKAGE"."PROCEDURE"(:O_RC1); END ;

This is the runtime I have installed:

SAP Crystal Reports runtime engine for .NET Framework 4 (64-bit)

Datasource Connection: Oracle Server

Database: Oracle 12.1.0.1.0

Is there a way around this issue? I would like to be able to use package procs for my report.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2015 at 07:47 PM

    How is the procedure returning data? Since you're using a package, I'm going to assume that the database is Oracle. To return data to Crystal from Oracle, you need to have an "In Out" parameter of type refcursor that is the cursor with the results from the query.

    -Dell

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