I need to run a procedure in Oracle, from a Windows form application created in Visual Studio .Net, but have all output from that procedure execution directed to a textbox in the application. (I do not wish to use Console mode). The procedure has exception handling and i would like to capture any exception messages to a textbox. If you executed the procedure from SQLPLUS in a command window, the messages that would show, is want I would like to capture to the textbox, as an example. I have looked at Oracle notifications functionality but that does not seem to be usable for my requirement. Can someone suggest a high level explaination of a method to use or an suggest an article that may describe the method to use. thanks Barry
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