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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Jul 9, 1999



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

Use Name Parameters With Oracle Stored Procedures

When executing an Oracle stored procedure, use the named parameter convention. In place of this code:

OraDatabase.ExecuteSQL _
	("Begin Employee.GetEmpName (:EMPNO, :ENAME); end;")

	Use this code:

OraDatabase.ExecuteSQL ("Begin Employee.GetEmpName _
	(empno=>:EMPNO, ename=>:ENAME); end;")

The second example still works even if you change the positions of the stored-procedure arguments. Also, with this convention, you can write a generic routine to assemble the SQL statement without worrying about positioning the stored-procedure arguments.

Arnel J.
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