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Crystal Reports with Oracle PL/SQL Command Source

I am attempting to get  Crystal Reports to use an Oracle stored procedure as the command source. I have followed the instruction to use a PL/SQL package to set up a Ref Cursor type
and have populated a table with data. When I execute an anonymous block in SQL Developer, it executes successfully and retrieves the data in the table. However, when I place the anonymous block as the command source in Crystal Reports, I get a ORA-0922 error.

Here is the anonymous block:

  CensusRollup_Cursor CensusRollup.CensusRollup_Type;
  resultset CensusRollup_Cursor%rowtype;
  PC_CensusRU_Excel_Test (CensusRollup_Cursor);
  Fetch CensusRollup_Cursor into resultset;
  While CensusRollup_Cursor%found Loop
    Fetch CensusRollup_Cursor into resultset;
  End Loop;

Do I need to access some settings in Crystal Report for this to work?

I am using an Oracle 10g database, Crystal Reports 12, and a JDBC connection to access the database.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
Mike McCracken

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Thank you for the instructions. I was trying to paste the anonymous block in the command source field. Instead, Crystal Reports lets you choose which stored procedure to use as the command source.
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