Oracle stored procs

Hi,

Has anyone managed to get calls to oracle stored procs to work yet?

Cheers

Andrew

AndrewMcDonagh wrote:

Hi,

Has anyone managed to get calls to oracle stored procs to work yet?

Cheers

Andrew

Sure. Using DBI with OCI8:

dbh = DBI.connect(dsn, user, pass)
sth = dbh.prepare(“begin foo.some_proc; end;”)
sth.execute

I don’t think Kubo supports in/out parameters yet, though it has been
discussed.

Regards,

Dan

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On 7/26/06, AndrewMcDonagh [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

Has anyone managed to get calls to oracle stored procs to work yet?

Works fine for me out of the box. Here are some extentions I made to
the OCI8 class to make it easier for me to deal with a ref cursor
returned from a package function:

class OCI8
class Cursor
def get_array
ret = []
while row = self.fetch_hash
ret << row
end
ret
end
def bind(binds)
binds.each_pair do |k,v|
if v.respond_to? :indices
self.bind_param(k, v[0], v[1], v[2])
else
self.bind_param(k, v)
end
end if binds
end
end

def get_ref(plsql, binds=false, &block)
cur = self.parse(‘begin :rs := ‘+plsql+’; end;’)
cur.bind_param(’:rs’, OCI8::Cursor)
cur.bind(binds)
cur.exec
if block_given?
arr = cur[’:rs’].get_array.collect &block
else
cur[’:rs’].get_array
end
end
end

Daniel B. wrote:

Sure. Using DBI with OCI8:
Dan

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sweet cheers!

last time I looked it didn’t work or work well - hence the question.

Andrew

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