I came across an article saying that IWS can now execute SQL commands.

The article did not mention calling stored procedures. I have three questions:

1. Can an IWS service call a SQL stored procedure? It is one thing to execute SELECT, UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE statements. It is another thing to CALL stored procedures.

2. Are there limiting conditions when using IWS to call SQL stored procedures?

3. Are there size limits on parameters that can be handled with this approach? For example, suppose I want a stored procedure to return a row set as a JSON string in a CLOB (10M) parameter. Could an IWS service that calls this stored procedure handle the CLOB parameter? Are there any limits on parameter size other than the limit of a CLOB itself?


Kelly Cookson
Senior Software Engineer II
Dot Foods, Inc.
217-773-4486 ext. 12676

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