RE: Executing wrong sql

Sandra,

 

Is the column "incoid" defined the same as "mi.boid"?  I'm thinking
maybe you have a column type mismatch?  

 

Tom

 

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Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 1:13 PM
To: guillermo.bort@xxxxxxx
Cc: oracle-l
Subject: Re: Executing wrong sql

 

CURSOR_SHARING is set to EXACT.

 

Here is a sanitized version of the section of code we're having problems
with:

 

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               DECLARE
                    CURSOR pvi1 IS
                    SELECT DISTINCT mi.docid, mi.invnumber,
mi.datereceived
                    FROM invpayment ip, mbinv mi
                    WHERE ip.invnumber = mi.invnumber
                      AND mi.boid = incoid
                      AND substr(mi.soid, 0, 12) =
substr(vndr.partnerid, 0, 12)
                      AND mi.ISDELETED != '1'
                      AND mi.state = 'Imported'
                      AND mi.datereceived BETWEEN inStartDate AND
nvl(inEndDate, add_months(inStartDate, 6));
                BEGIN
                    IF (invpdcnt != 0)
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The line that is bold/italic seems to be getting changed to

 

             AND substr(mi.boid,0,12) = substr(incoid,0,12)

 

The script is very lengthy so I didn't want to put all of it in the
thread.

 

Sandy

 

 

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