I was not sure how to do this and kept encountering errors. regarding the C# code behind, the answer to the link he provided recommends enclosing the reader = executereader in a USING( ) for loading the table, and closing the reader before loading the other variables. Overwrite Changes); I guess I want to add param2, param3 to the the c# as additional output parameters, then also somehow also output them in the stored procedure?
The other part of the code is similar for calling a procedure.
You can use the REF CURSOR data type to work with Oracle result set.
Execute Reader()) // Equivalent to the code: Db Data Reader reader = cmd.
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Oracle Command my Cmd = new Oracle Command(); my Cmd.
Stored Procedure; Oracle Parameter param0 = my Cmd. Also can I see how you would read these two variables in the c# I was thinking to use Execute Reader() again but that might not make sense for this variable type... is there a reason you did not indicate OUT for p_count Number, p_message varchar2?And finally, let's see the application code in Listing 13.As you can see, to fill the data table, we need to define the CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations through the Oracle Command and associate it to the Data Adapter.The following code in Listing 1 shows how to create a procedure named count_emp_by_dept which receives as its input parameter the department number and sends as its output parameter the number of employees in this department.