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Pass the parameters to CallableStatement

 
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HI,
Could you pls tell me that How to pass the Parameters to CallableStatement.

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I'd look at the various setXXX() methods available for CallableStatement. These are detailed in the CallableStatement JavaDocs.
[ April 11, 2005: Message edited by: Paul Sturrock ]
 
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search on web, you will get lot of example

http://www.yagoohoogle.com/search.php?q=callable+statement+example


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"krisy krisy",

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