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Yan Lee
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Hi All:

I am using Oracle JDBC thin driver in my J2EE application. There is a CallableStatement that calls a stored proc on the data base.

One of the parameters passed to CallableStatement is a java.sql.Date. For that I am using stmt.setDate(1,updateDate). The code compiles fine but throws a number to character conversion error at runtime.

On further investigation, I found out that the CallableStatement class has only 2 setDate() methods and they use the parameter name as the first parameter-- void setDate(String parameterName, Date x) .

CallableStatement is a subclass of PreparedStatement that has a setDate(int parameterIndex, Date x). So obviously, method called must be on the PreparedStatement class.

MY QUESTION:
How to use the setDate(String parameterName, Date x) method? Specifically, what should I put for parameter name? Is it the parameter as named in the stored proc? Has anyone encountered this issue? How was it solved?

Thanks in advance.
 
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