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Derived Table - Stored Procedure.

Hi all,

Can any tell how you call stored procedure from Derived table.

and how manage the IN parameters ?

thnx in advance

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2009 at 02:01 PM

    Hi Reddeppa,

    Could you please specify the database you are working on?

    Also , BO Supports Derived Tables if and only if the underlying database supports In-line Views:

    Syntax: Select tot from ( select fun(x) as tot from table) dtab ;

    Ex: Select workdays from ( select workdays('10/10/2004' , '20/4/2005') as workdays from dual ) DerivedTab ;

    Run the above SQL at the Database end, if it runs successfully then follow the below steps

    1. Create a function at the database end.

    for example :

    Create or replace function testf(no number) return number

    as

    Begin

    Return(10);

    End;

    2. Open the universe

    3. Create a derived table using the following syntax:

    for example :

    Select TestF(10) from dual;

    4. Click on parse and Ok.

    5. Now create a report using Derived table

    Note: This is tested on Oracle database.

    Hope this will help you.

    Regards

    Sheeba

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