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Stored Procedure

sam backet

Joined: Sep 02, 2011
Posts: 22


I want to override a bean from a stored Procedure.

Have anyone an idea, how I can solve it. I try it with an xml,

but it doesn't work, because of the following message:

Is it possible, that the system can't find it, because I don't set all the properties of the parent classes of BaseStoredProcedure?

I think about that, because, the folllowing works:

So I used the same class to check it out.


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