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How to make a call to oracle stored procedures from ireport designer  RSS feed

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I have written following stored procedure to test procedure call from iReport designer.

Stored Procedure:

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE test(cursor1 out sys_refcursor) IS
OPEN cursor1 for
select person_id,first_name
from person
where rownum < 5;

In my query window I am using following line to call this procedure.

{call test($P{cursor})}

where $P{cursor} is a parameter with class java.sql.ResultSet.

I have added ojdbc.jar file into my class path and connection is also successful.

When I run above statement for calling stored procedure it throws the error:

Error: java.sql.SqlException:Invalid column type

Can someone tell me what I did wrong here? AM i supposed to add any file or make any changes in the call to stored procedure?
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Checking against the sample code, it looks fine.

You probably want to ask this in the Jaspersoft forums. Hmm... it looks like you did already. Regardless, this is a question Jasper ought to be able to answer.
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