Przekazywanie tablicy rekordów z Javy do procedury składowanej w Oracle’u

Poniżej znajduje się opis jak przekazywać string, tablicę stringów oraz tablicę par stringów z Javy do Oracle’a Należy utworzyć typy w bazie danych:

create or replace type VARCHAR2_PAIR as object( k varchar2(200), v varchar2(200));
create or replace type VARCHAR2_PAIRS_TABLE as table of VARCHAR2_PAIR;
create or replace type VARCHAR2_TABLE as table of VARCHAR2(200);

. Potem utworzyć procedurę składowaną

CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE arrays_from_java(p_scalar varchar2
, p_pairs_array in VARCHAR2_PAIRS_TABLE);

. A na końcu zawołać ją z Javy:

public static void callArrayProcedure() throws Exception{
    System.out.println("Preparing data");
    String[] list1=new String[2];
    list1[0] = "first string";
    list1[1] = "second string";

    String[][] list2=new String[2][];
        String[] pair1 = new String[2];
        pair1[0] = "key1";
        pair1[1] = "value1";
        list2[0] = pair1;
        String[] pair2 = new String[2];
        pair2[0] = "key2";
        pair2[1] = "value2";
        list2[1] = pair2;

    System.out.println("Preparing connection");
    SingleConnectionDataSource scds = new SingleConnectionDataSource();
    Connection conn = scds.getConnection();

    System.out.println("Preparing array of strings");
    ArrayDescriptor descriptor1 = ArrayDescriptor.createDescriptor("VARCHAR2_TABLE", conn );
    ARRAY arrayToPass1 = new ARRAY( descriptor1, conn, list1 );

    System.out.println("Preparing array of string pairs");
    ArrayDescriptor descriptor2 = ArrayDescriptor.createDescriptor("VARCHAR2_PAIRS_TABLE", conn );
    ARRAY arrayToPass2 = new ARRAY( descriptor2, conn, list2 );

    System.out.println("Calling procedure");
    OraclePreparedStatement ps = (OraclePreparedStatement) conn.prepareStatement( "{ call arrays_from_java( ?, ?, ? ) }" );
    ps.setString( 1, "string");
    ps.setARRAY( 2, arrayToPass1 );
    ps.setARRAY( 3, arrayToPass2 );


Należy też dodać do classpath orai18n.jar, gdyż w przeciwnym wypadku jeśli baza nie będzie miała formatu UTF8 może występować błąd, że stringi się nullują podczas przekazywania do procedury

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