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i have a database link and i want to use it to return
result set of data...
when i use ref corsure i faced error ora-10001.
in form when i build a form on procedure that return ref corsure
the form  work correctly localy
but it do not work on database link....


any ideas plz
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Apparently you have an invalid cursor in your code block.  Please post the code as a snippet.  And, I have no idea what word you mean by "corsure" -- regrets and please clarify.
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by:mohammedf
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hi
the procedure that retures the cursor is working 100% on the local Database , but in the other database that i have link to it , it did not work ,,
so i guess the problem is in the link,,im not sure

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please post the code
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create or replace package reg_pack as

TYPE rec IS RECORD(cd_tb_cd rg_code_tb.cd_tb_cd%TYPE,

                              cd_cd rg_code_tb.cd_cd%TYPE,

                              CD_ARB_TR rg_code_tb.CD_ARB_TR%TYPE);

type my_ref is ref cursor RETURN rec;

procedure test_ref_proc(my_cur in out my_ref);

end reg_pack;
 

create or replace package body reg_pack as

procedure test_ref_proc(my_cur in out my_ref) is

begin

open my_cur for select cd_tb_cd,cd_cd,cd_arb_tr from rg_code_tb

where cd_tb_cd=0;

end test_ref_proc;

end reg_pack;
 

CREATE TYPE code_tab AS OBJECT

       (code_main         number(5),

        code_sub          number(5),

        Icode_desc       VARCHAR2(50));

/

CREATE TYPE code_tab_table AS VARRAY(1000) OF code_tab;

/

CREATE FUNCTION gets_code (code_main number) 

         RETURN code_tab_table PIPELINED IS

v_tab code_tab_table := code_tab_table();

begin

FOR cur IN (SELECT cd_tb_cd,cd_cd,cd_arb_tr 

                 FROM   rg_code_tb

                 WHERE  cd_tb_cd =code_main

                 ORDER BY cd_cd)

  LOOP

PIPE ROW(code_tab(cur.cd_tb_cd, cur.cd_cd, cur.cd_arb_tr));        

  END LOOP;

  RETURN;

END;

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where is the db link involved?

what line generates the error?
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I assume you've checked for the appropriate privs and synonyms on the remote object -- and please show the error in context.
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May we be of any further assistance or has this been abandoned?
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