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From David Kavanagh <>
Subject Re: [Cocoon-Users] Prepared statements with the SQL transformer
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2006 14:41:47 GMT
The SQL transformer that ships with cocoon is much different than the 
one that we use at DOTech. We made a lot of improvements, such as 
transaction handling, batch inserts, parameter passing (and probably 
other things Irv can list).
Did you have some problem getting stuff working with the 


PS. I've been laying low this morning due to this head cold. I'm getting 
ready to come into the office now.

Thus Spoke John F. Walsh:

> Greetings,
> I'm using Cocoon 2.1.6. I need the SQL transformer to use Java 
> prepared statements and do the parameter substitution after the 
> prepared statement declaration so that the Oracle execution plan 
> developed for one query works for the next query with different 
> parameter values.
> The sql:substitute-value substitution looked promising, but it does 
> the substitution using string buffer manipulation before the prepared 
> statement is created, so that doesn't solve my problem. Calling the 
> query a stored procedure and using sql:in-parameters also looked 
> promising, but since I don't have any out parameters, 
> SQLTransformer.Query.serializeStoredProcedure returns without 
> serializing the result set (because outParamaetersNames == null), so I 
> don't get the result set.
> Has anyone had any success using the SQLTransformer to run stored 
> procedures with parameters?
> Thanks,
> John Walsh
> Background / example:
> It's important to the database guys that the query be
>      select customer_name from order where order_id = ?
> with order_id being set after the prepared statement declaration, so 
> that Oracle can use the same execution plan on subsequent executions 
> of the query with different order IDs.
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