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After editing the stored procedure in TOAD, how do I load/save  it back to to the database

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Please let me know how to save the Stored Proc back to the DB after editing it in TOAD
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Question by:Umavmishra
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You need to compile it ... use F9 to compile the script in the procudure editor.  Or press the "execute statement" button, or select if from the Editor drop-down.

Is this what you mean?
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Press F9
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click the button with the Green Triangle over the Blue DB-platters
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in the menu Editor->Execute Statement
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by:Umavmishra
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I am getting a compilation error saying "IN" is not a valid integer value.

This is an existing procedure and is giving the error on compilation.
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Did you change it?  Can you show the line(s) that are erroring?
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