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QuestionDebug a procedure in Oracle which feeds into crystal report Pin
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Hi,
I have debugged a stored proc in Sql Server, which was fairly easy to do.

I am trying the same with debugging Oracle procedures, being fairly new having some difficulties. I have researched how to output a cursor value, with no luck.

Also, the sql is constructed, and then used in cursor to output results to crystal report.

My final sql looks like this, which is a whole bunch of variables:
ssql := s_SEL||s_FROM1||s_WHERE||s_WH_PER||s_WH_CC||s_WH_VEN
||s_UNION||
           s_SEL||s_FROM2||s_WHERE||s_WH_PER||s_WH_CC||s_WH_VEN


I tried with no luck:

execute immediate ssql


I just want to see the values of the sql statement.

Any help is much appreciated!
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