Hi all, I try to follow as per propose script, but having problem as shown below. The Oracle dba created the table with a unique index. I've tried applying the code below, but it doesn't work. Has anyone any experience of this kind of issue, and if so a resolution? I appreciate all your help. Could you please suggest me. I haven't been able to find a comparison between the two.
It's calling a User-Defined Functions which returns a table, but the second query which works fine also does this. I was having the same problem. Because, i want to have one code with whom i want to call datasources for my forms. But the thing is, their solutions aren't working for me either. Hi all I have a job step which attempts to call a stored procedure on a linked server. It only does this when I put the Where clause in the statement.
This returns around 6 values some of them are fairly long varchar's. I've tried these two different approaches with no success. What can i do for this. Using Direct query to access data using the four part Name of Linked server Thanks in Advance. Do I have to keep re-doing an in statement each month? I am going to check everything in BoL in future, I've got too out of touch with things.
I need to insert the out put of the exec query to temp teble to do other operation. You can find information about creating functions at and example C near the bottom of that page is an example of a table valued function. It's a good feeling to know that a post from almost a year ago is still useful to others. It is just a simple stored procedure that allows me to add it to an existing query without affecting the results but inserts a record to indicate that the query was executed. Select Col1 , Col2, Col3, Col4, Col5, Col6, Col7, Col8, Col9, Col10, Col11 From Openquery ServerName , ' Select T1. Similar limitation apply to the table function as well. I've found couple of links: Those state that it's not as straight forward as just executing sp with four part names.
It seems a strange thing to do. You're issue is different than the original poster. Instead, you have to make the whole thing a dynamic statment. That's not a terribly well-named parameter if it should. I have tried entering the field names in upper and lowercase but it makes no difference. I am not able to figure out Where and What is the problem? Debets Thank you so much! Hi, I knew the answer to this question but lost my notes. This does not truly execute the proc, but simply returns its output schema.
But i cannot figure out how to execute Oracle stored procedures. Be sure to refresh by right clicking on the ServerName, Click on Refresh. Doug Jul 20, 2005 Hello,Quick, and possibly strange, question. Apr 18, 2008 Hi everybody, I am having a problem using a servername with '' in the openquery statement. Ego bruises are practically mandatory as you learn unless you've never risked enough to make a mistake. But this doesnt seems to working.
Studio , I've got an error: Errors in the high-level relational engine. I hope you understand me. It seems a strange thing to do. How do I set up a third comnnection?? Meanwhile, in the background I capture when the request was made by my external users and record other details I want for auditing purpose. The provider reported an unexpected catastrophic failure. Any help would be appreciated.
All the examples I've seen are Select statements, but I want to send data to a linked server. ThanksChris Mar 31, 2008 Hi, To access data from Linked server, which of the following is good Performance-wise: 1. You would need to rewrite the stored procedure as a table-valued function, and then you could do it. Example So now let's see how we can use it. When I do that, it literally uses the variable name as the 'Servername'. Thanks, Ravi Feb 5, 2003 Hi, I need your help to solve this error.
Yes, i want to make a stored procedure in Sql Server 2008 that executes an Oracle stored procedure that resides in Oracle database. Can you give me an example of how to directly output a ref cursor into a dataset? I just don't have the time to make sure I have all the bases covered in the code above. I create a stored procedure and give it to my users with limited permissions to just execute the procedure, which will give them a dataset. The error is normally associated with Insert, Update and Delete statements but this is a simple select statement. All the time the records dateset is returned.