Stored Procedures

Is there any way of calling a (Oracle) stored procedure as part of the UpdateSQL queries?  For example, I would like to call a stored proc instead of specifing a "Insert" command for the InsertSQL.  
After a little work, it looks like it works (it executes and is committed to the database), however I get a "Update Failed' exeception generated from the TUpdateSQL.ExecSQL function.  This is because the 'Rows effected' is 0 when returning from a stored proc.  Could I subclass the TUpdateSQL class so that I can leave out the "if RowsAffected <> 1" statement?
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millerwCommented:
There is an example of how to do this on the Borland site.

See the following address:

http://www.borland.com/devsupport/bde/delphifiles.html

Here is what it reads about the example:
BDE API stored procedure component: (Created Jan 26th, 1998) This example allows the user to call a stored procedure in any of the three BDE API possible ways. This component can be used to workaround problems such as the MSACCESS crash with queries that have parameters. Anyone who wants to call procedures from Delphi with BDE API calls should look at this example.

Hope that helps,
Scott
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