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Getting exception while passing List<Long> from hibernate to Stored Procedure

 
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Hi,

I need to pass List<Long> from hibernate to my stored procedure. Below is the code for the same -

Here is my query -



My stored procedure looks like this -


The exception is get is -


Is there something wrong with my stored procedure or the way i am passing the List to my stored procedure?

Thanks.

 
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I think that the problem my be in how you are using the NUMBER data type. If you are using oracle then you should use something like this: NUMBER(p) or INTEGER or LONG (BLOB). Here it is the description of NUMBER. As you can see if it's used like in your function then it will basically expect a list of floats.
The NUMBER datatype
Stores zero, positive, and negative numbers, fixed or floating-point numbers

Fixed-point NUMBER
NUMBER(p,s)
precision p = length of the number in digits
scale s = places after the decimal point, or (for negative scale values) significant places before the decimal point.

Integer NUMBER
NUMBER(p)
This is a fixed-point number with precision p and scale 0. Equivalent to NUMBER(p,0)

Floating-Point NUMBER
NUMBER
floating-point number with decimal precision 38
 
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