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parameters for pl/sql procedure [message #37006] Wed, 09 January 2002 23:35 Go to next message
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Registered: November 2001
Does anybody know if there is a maximum number for the parameters in a pl/sql procedure?

Re: parameters for pl/sql procedure [message #37007 is a reply to message #37006] Thu, 10 January 2002 00:07 Go to previous message
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Registered: January 2002
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There can be any number of parameters, each followed by a mode and a type. The possible modes are IN (read-only), OUT (write-only), and INOUT (read and write). Note: Unlike the type specifier in a PL/SQL variable declaration, the type specifier in a parameter declaration must be unconstrained. For example, CHAR(10) and VARCHAR(20) are illegal; CHAR or VARCHAR should be used instead. The actual length of a parameter depends on the corresponding argument that is passed in when the procedure is invoked.
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