Setting Up Unique Parameters

Parameters in Procedure and Functions

Setting
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  • A third method is designated for setting a parameter in a Criteria API query. The reason for having nine set methods rather than just three is that JPA additionally provides three separate methods for setting Date, parameters as well as three separate methods for setting Calendar parameters.

How to pass parameters to Procedures and Functions in PL/SQL?

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In PL/SQL, we can pass parameters to procedures and functions in three ways.

1) IN type parameter: These types of parameters are used to send values to stored procedures.
2) OUT type parameter: These types of parameters are used to get values from stored procedures. This is similar to a return type in functions.
3) IN OUT parameter: These types of parameters are used to send values and get values from stored procedures.

NOTE: If a parameter is not explicitly defined a parameter type, then by default it is an IN type parameter.


Setting1) IN parameter:

This is similar to passing parameters in programming languages. We can pass values to the stored procedure through these parameters or variables. This type of parameter is a read only parameter. We can assign the value of IN type parameter to a variable or use it in a query, but we cannot change its value inside the procedure.

Setting Up Unique Parameters Examples

General syntax to pass a IN parameter is

Setting Up Unique Parameters Definition

Optional Parameters

Setting Up Unique Parameters Meaning

NameTypeSinceDescription
<artifactId>String-ArtifactId of the artifact to be deployed. Retrieved from POM fileif specified.
User property is: artifactId.
<classifier>String-Add classifier to the artifact
User property is: classifier.
<classifiers>String-A comma separated list of classifiers for each of the extra sideartifacts to deploy. If there is a mis-match in the number ofentries in files or types, then an errorwill be raised.
User property is: classifiers.
<description>String-Description passed to a generated POM file (in case ofgeneratePom=true)
User property is: generatePom.description.
<files>String-A comma separated list of files for each of the extra sideartifacts to deploy. If there is a mis-match in the number ofentries in types or classifiers, then anerror will be raised.
User property is: files.
<generatePom>boolean-Upload a POM for this artifact. Will generate a default POM if noneis supplied with the pomFile argument.
Default value is: true.
User property is: generatePom.
<groupId>String-GroupId of the artifact to be deployed. Retrieved from POM file ifspecified.
User property is: groupId.
<javadoc>File2.6The bundled API docs for the artifact.
User property is: javadoc.
<packaging>String-Type of the artifact to be deployed. Retrieved from the<packaging> element of the POM file if a POM file specified.Defaults to the file extension if it is not specified via commandline or POM.
Maven uses two terms to refer to this datum: the <packaging>element for the entire POM, and the <type> element in adependency specification.
User property is: packaging.
<pomFile>File-Location of an existing POM file to be deployed alongside the mainartifact, given by the ${file} parameter.
User property is: pomFile.
<retryFailedDeploymentCount>int2.7Parameter used to control how many times a failed deployment willbe retried before giving up and failing. If a value outside therange 1-10 is specified it will be pulled to the nearest valuewithin the range 1-10.
Default value is: 1.
User property is: retryFailedDeploymentCount.
<sources>File2.6The bundled sources for the artifact.
User property is: sources.
<types>String-A comma separated list of types for each of the extra sideartifacts to deploy. If there is a mis-match in the number ofentries in files or classifiers, then anerror will be raised.
User property is: types.
<uniqueVersion>Boolean-Deprecated. As of Maven 3, this isn't supported anymore and this parameter isonly present to break the build if you use it!
User property is: uniqueVersion.
<version>String-Version of the artifact to be deployed. Retrieved from POM file ifspecified.
User property is: version.