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So I am trying to use a Stored procedure that has worked before in other integration systems. But when I try to run a test in iWay explorer this error is returned.
com ibi rdbms exceptions RDBMSException java sql SQLException ORA 06550 line 1 column 12 PLS 00302 component PLMB PKG must be declared ORA 06550 line 1 column 7 PL SQL Statement ignored StoredProcedure Calling call PLMB PLMB PKG PROCESS ITEMS WRAPPER Parameter Values I USER NAME AGILE I RESPONSIBILITY Inventory I SESSION ID chad
Does this error look familiar to anyone? Like I said before this Stored Procedure does work. Any ideas on what may be causing this would be awesome. Thanks!This message has been edited. Last edited by: Tamra,
I'm experiencing the same issue. The procedure runs just fine outside of iIT, such as with other ESBs and in SQL Developer, but it won't work with iIT. Some Oracle posts I have read indicate it may be related to including the schema name before the package name, which I think is a strange suggestion, but I'd like to try it. Is there a way to configure iWay to not add the schema name before making the call statement? The adapter is connecting using the correct schema so it's not necessary to qualify it.
I am following up with the both of you regarding your questions. An email was sent to the Focal Point support team and it was suggested that a case be opened. Please go to TechSupport - InfoResponse to open a case.
Here is the reply: This issue might be related to parameter data types (including order) that do not match what the SP is expecting.
Please ask Chad to open a case so we can take a look at the Stored Procedure / Package to verify what is being passed.
Also, we need more information on Oracle and JDBC versions.
Chad please keep us informed of the outcome so that others can gain from the resolution.
Thank you for participating and sharing with Focal Point.
Kindest regards, Tamra Colangelo iWay Focal Point Forum Moderator
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