The support for oracle ref
cursors both as stored-function results and as out stored-procedure parameters
is critical for me as well. I have a not-so-small code base (150-200 stored
procedures) I currently access to through Oracle JPublisher. I would like to
dismiss JPublisher in favour of a more general pourpose data mapping framework
The enhacements I would need
have somehow been anticipated in:
1) Support for returning Oracle
ref cursors as function results as well as out procedure
2) Support for declarative
mapping of ref cursor fields to bean properties (for instance by adoption
of resultMap attribute for parameter element).
I am willing to
contribute to the coding and testing effort. Please let me know how to
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Fri, 01 Apr
2005 05:54:36 -0800
Hi,First of all I would like to say good
work on putting together the excellent Ibatis. I would like to use Ibatis in new
project I’m working on, but it’s for a commercial entity and the oracle cursors
to resultset is a must. I would like to help extend Ibatis to add better support
of the Oracle dialect. Not for the companies sake, but for the sanity of not
writing another straight JDBC to Stored procedure class
There are some patches kicking about for
SqlExecutor.java on JIRA that are pretty ‘patchy’, is there any thoughts on
adding a dialect factory to this class with a default dialect for each function
and subclass overrides?
Please let me known if any help would be useful.
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