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ORA-24334: no descriptor for this position.

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   I'm using PB 10.5 with Oracle 10i. I'm trying to create a datawindow with a stored procedure as its source but when I click on 'Finish' button in the datawindow wizard, I get the oracle error ORA-24334 which is talking about not having some descriptor handle.

  I have other datawindows that are based on exactly similar stored procedures and they don't give me any problem.
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   Check the position number of the datawindow.
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