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Acquiring Resultset from CallableStatement

Posted on 2004-09-18
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Hi Experts...

I am trying to acquire a ResultSet from CallableStatement...

ResultSet rst;
CallableStatement cstmt;

String strSQL = "(call MY_PROC(?))";
String MyParam = "28900003";

cstmt = conn.prepareCall(strSQL, ResultSet.TYPE_SCROLL_INSENSITIVE, ResultSet.CONCUR_UPDATABLE);
cstmt.setString(1, MyParam);
cstmt.execute();
rst = (ResultSet) cstmt.getObject(1);


Here is my MS SQL Stored Procedure :

PROCEDURE MY_PROC
@MyParam varchar(20)
AS
SELECT Field2,Field3 FROM Orders WHERE Field1=@MyParam


However I am getting this error on line cstmt.execute()...

java.sql.SQLException: [aveConnect][JDBC SQL Server Driver]  Line 1: Incorrect s
yntax near '28900003'.
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.k.q(Protocol.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.k.eb(Protocol.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.k.ib(Protocol.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.k.query(Protocol.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.a.b(Statement.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.y.a(CallableStatement.java)
        at net.avenir.jdbc2.y.execute(CallableStatement.java)

Hope you could help me...   Thanks...   =)
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Question by:aris_datuin
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by:CEHJ
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That looks to me like an incorrect syntax problem in the SP itself, and hence is not a Java problem yet
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sbockelman earned 100 total points
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You need to register an OUT paramter to hold the rs.

You need to use {} not () around your proc.

Read this article for details:

 http://www.enterprisedt.com/publications/oracle/result_set.html

You may need to adjust some of the things for SQLServer vs. Oracle, but principles are similar.

http://www.mcse.ms/archive90-2004-4-594262.html

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by:aris_datuin
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Hi sbockelman...


This line solved my problem :

            You need to use {} not () around your proc.


Thanks..  =)
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by:sbockelman
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cool!
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