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I am trying to write a function which takes stored procedure's name and it's arguments as argument and execute it.
Now I want that, the function should be able to know wat data is being output from the sp, so I can set datatype of output variable of sp.
I guess you have to look up for your procedure in database metadata and learn about it in details. But there are many things to be considered like how many and what types of arguments does the procedure have? How to handle CLOB, BLOB and raw types? What about UDTs?
You are on a dark path, good luck with that
I am sure some other rancher will give a hand.
subject: How to understand which datatype is being output from a stored procedure