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Passing a string in an IN operator in oracle

Kans Singh
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Joined: May 20, 2008
Posts: 2
Hi All

I want to have a string in an IN condition.I have the below code it does not return any ID.
For Example...


......
offer_temp_no is varchar2


Waiting for any answer.............

Kanchan
Agador Paloi
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Joined: Jan 24, 2006
Posts: 118
if offer_temp_no is a number your code wont work. The replace function returns a string, so the in compare wont work in your select. What are you trying to accomplish in your replace?


Cheers,
Agador
John Bengler
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Joined: Feb 12, 2009
Posts: 133
Hi Kans,

I don't know a way to really use such a varchar parameter as an IN criterion, but if performance (the use of indexes) doesn't matter too much here is a workaround:



But I think if the XSTRING_COURSES_IN makes sense your code (and my example,too) won't work, because for a list of course numbers the query SELECT ID into XID FROM OFFER_TEMP .. will return multiple rows..?


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