I am trying to execute the select command in a procedure.Initially i retrived all of the columns of the table in the procedure using cursor. The real problem comes when I am trying to access the elements of the coloumn. It is printing the names of the columns again without printing the elements of the columns and also with an error!
set serveroutput on; CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE show_all1 AS cursor gen_row is select COLUMN_NAME from ALL_TAB_COLUMNS where TABLE_NAME='TESTNIRMAL'; cursor gen1_row(i varchar) is select i from testnirmal; a1 varchar2(22); a2 varchar2(10); BEGIN open gen_row; for data in(SELECT * from testnirmal) loop fetch gen_row into a1; open gen1_row(a1); fetch gen1_row into a2; dbms_output.put_line(a2); close gen1_row; end loop; close gen_row; close gen1_row; END show_all1; /
DEF_ID and ID1 are the two columns in my table and the table name is testnirmal.
The procedure is created without any compilation errors.
But while executing the procedure I am getting this.
ID1 BEGIN show_all1; END;
- ERROR at line 1: ORA-01001: invalid cursor ORA-06512: at "USER.SHOW_ALL1", line 20 ORA-06512: at line 1