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Error message is: ORA-00904  invalid identifier

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Can somebody help me to solve the issue----.Error message is: ORA-00904 package name.procedure name  invalid identifier
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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either you wrong the name wrong, or the logged in user does not have permissions to use that package.
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by:haidersyed
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send the command , logged in user
if you are logged in with other user grant permission to him using

grant execute on procedure to user_abc;

or

you may have to prefix username.packagename.procedurename
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by:sathyagi
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I tried using the function instead of procedure and it works fine.

Thanks Guys!
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