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Need help with Oracle sql and I am using Aqua studio.

I have created a very simple Oracle stored procedure using Aqua studio. When I execute/alter  the code below no errors are displayed and the stored procedure is created. However if I look in Aqua studio under the procedures folder there is a little red symbol next to the stored procedure? If I then try to execute the stored procedure I get an error message in red that looks like below:

So since the stored procedure was actually created, I thought that there were no syntax errors. However, according to the error message,
something is wrong, and I don't know why? Can anyone help me out here, to figure out what is wrong?

DBMS_OUTPUT

> Script lines: 1-1 -------------
 ORA-0900 invalid SQL Statement
Script line 1, statement line 1, coumn 0



CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE "NARTI"."myProcedure"
AS
      dbNAME            VARCHAR(25);
        sqlStatement       VARCHAR(25);

BEGIN
      BEGIN
            sqlStatement := 5;
      END

      DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('End of stored procedure myProcedure');

END myProcedure
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Sample example for you..

DECLARE
    pawan integer; -- declare
BEGIN
    pawan := 30;  --assign <<Value you want to search for >>
    
    dbms_output.Put_line(pawan); --display
           
END; 

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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Pawan, that is an example of an anonymous block.  That does not address the issue that the poster is having at all.

I am not familiar with that particular tool.  A procedure is always "created", but if there are errors and the tool doesn't display them, you should be looking in USER_ERRORS (or ALL_ERRORS or DBA_ERRORS).

The issue with your procedure is missing semi colons.  You need one after the END.  If you are going to double quote the name of the procedure, you also need to double quote it in the END statement (FYI - the name of the procedure is not mandatory in the END statement).  This one should work for you:
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE "NARTI"."myProcedure"
AS
      dbNAME            VARCHAR(25);
        sqlStatement       VARCHAR(25);

BEGIN
      BEGIN
            sqlStatement := 5; 
      END;

      DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('End of stored procedure myProcedure');

END "myProcedure";
/

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I don't recommend using double quotes on procedure (or any other object's) name.  Makes it case sensitive and you will always need to use double quotes when accessing the procedure.
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Below is working for me. You dont need to specify the name of the procedure after end keyword. Double quotes in the name are also not required.

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE NARTI.myProcedure
AS
      dbNAME            VARCHAR(25);
        sqlStatement       VARCHAR(25);

BEGIN
      BEGIN
            sqlStatement := 5; 
      END

      DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('End of stored procedure myProcedure');

END;

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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Pawan,

Can you please explain how that is working?

Using the code that you posted, these are the errors:
LINE/COL ERROR
-------- -----------------------------------------------------------------
11/18    PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "." when expecting one of the
         following:
         ;

11/66    PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol ";" when expecting one of the
         following:
         . ( ) , * % & = - + < / > at in is mod remainder not rem
         <an exponent (**)> <> or != or ~= >= <= <> and or like like2
         like4 likec between || multiset member submultiset

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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Sorry again sir ! My bad !! Didn't test it. Shall be more careful in future.  I am also new & learning that why committing these mistakes. Also sometimes when we switch from one DB to another it happens. I understand that you have already informed me. Please note that going forward shall be more careful.

Thank you.
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
If you are posting code that you didn't test, say you didn't test it.  Don't say "Below is working for me".  That would imply that you tested it.  Also, where this question is specifically about a syntax issue, you really should test what you post.

There were obvious syntax issues in both the original and your posts.  I could have posted my code without testing it because I know those issues and have been using Oracle for a very long time.  I still tested it to be sure I caught all the issues.
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Point taken sir. Thank you very much for the help.  I am learning lot of things with EE. This is one area I need to learn quickly. Thank you again johnsone sir. I hope I shall not any more mistake.
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