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2280537 - Reverse of Oracle Package is incomplete - SAP PD

Symptom

  • Declare a cursor in an Oracle package that executes a SELECT statement including the CASE statement.
  • Reverse of the cursor is incomplete.
  • The functions/procedures defined after the cursor have no definition reversed.

 

It happens that the initialization part of the package body is empty, therefore, the keyword begin should not be present.

 

<<

Warning: Package Body created with compilation errors.

 

SQL> show error

Errors for PACKAGE BODY MLPKG01:

 

LINE/COL ERROR

-------- -----------------------------------------------------------------

17/1     PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "END" when expecting one of the

         following:

         ( begin case declare exit for goto if loop mod null pragma

         raise return select update while with <an identifier>

         <a double-quoted delimited-identifier> <a bind variable> <<

         continue close current delete fetch lock insert open rollback

         savepoint set sql execute commit forall merge pipe purge

>>

 

This indicates that the “begin” statement should not be present (initialization part being empty).

 

If you change sample to

 

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/*==============================================================*/

 

create or replace package DBPKG1 is

procedure PROC1;

end DBPKG1;

/

 

create or replace package body DBPKG1 is

procedure PROC1 is

begin

PROC2;

 

insert into T1 (c1, c2)

select c1, c3 from T2

where c3='test';

 

PROC3;

end;

 

 

begin

-- Initialization

c3 := 3;

 

end DBPKG1;

/

 

/*==============================================================*/

>>

 

Then it will work.

 

Without initialization, remove the “begin” and it will work too.


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Environment

SAP PowerDesigner (PD)

Product

SAP PowerDesigner all versions

Keywords

"Reverse Engineer", cursor , KBA , BC-SYB-PD , PowerDesigner , Bug Filed

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