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Hi All,
I am using callable statements to execute stored procs.But I have a doubt.Suppose we call a stored proc as :
CallableStatement cstmt = con.prepareCall( "{ call sp_C( ? ? ? ) }" );
Now whether the question mark placeholders are the total parameters(sum of input and output parameters)or just the output parameters.
Please clarify.
Thanks in advance.
Sumeet.
 
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its sum of input and output params.
 
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