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  1. #1
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    procedure compilation error

    Hi Friends,

    I got a procedure that is clean compiled in 8i but it got error in
    10g.

    This is the code:

    CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE DT_SETPROPERTYBYID (PARAM_ID IN NUMBER, PARAM_PROPERTY IN VARCHAR2,
    PARAM_VALUE IN VARCHAR2, PARAM_LVALUE IN LONG RAW ) AS
    BEGIN DECLARE X NUMBER(40);
    BEGIN
    SELECT COUNT(*) INTO X FROM MICROSOFTDTPROPERTIES WHERE OBJECTID=PARAM_ID AND
    PROPERTY=PARAM_PROPERTY;
    IF X = 0
    THEN INSERT INTO MICROSOFTDTPROPERTIES
    (ID, PROPERTY, OBJECTID, VALUE, LVALUE, VERSION)
    VALUES (MICROSOFTSEQDTPROPERTIES.NEXTVAL, PARAM_PROPERTY, PARAM_ID, PARAM_VALUE,
    PARAM_LVALUE, 0);
    ELSE
    UPDATE MICROSOFTDTPROPERTIES SET VALUE=PARAM_VALUE, LVALUE=PARAM_LVALUE,
    VERSION=VERSION+1 WHERE OBJECTID=PARAM_ID AND PROPERTY=PARAM_PROPERTY;
    END IF;
    END;
    END DT_SETPROPERTYBYID;
    /
    Warning: Procedure created with compilation errors.

    SQL> SHO ERRORS
    Errors for PROCEDURE DT_SETPROPERTYBYID:

    LINE/COL ERROR
    -------- -----------------------------------------------------------------
    3/24 PLS-00216: NUMBER precision constraint must be in range (1 .. 38)


    S.O.S plssss

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    PLS-00216 NUMBER precision constraint must be in range (1 .. 38)

    Cause: A NUMBER variable was declared with a precision that is outside the legal range. Declarations such as N NUMBER(800) or N NUMBER(123,10) are not supported.

    Action: Change the illegal NUMBER precision constraint, making sure that it lies in the range 1 .. 38.

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    lol i didnt see that...im just closed mind on the fact that it did
    run on 8i, and I miss look that number(40) as varchar(40),
    see what ur willowing mind can do for u ...thanks papa mmmhuaaaaaa

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