ORA-28553: pass-through SQL: invalid bind-variable position

Cause : A pass-through SQL function referring to the position of a bind variable in the currently-parsed SQL statement supplied an invalid bind-variable position. Valid values are 1 through n, where n is the number of bind-variable place-holders in the SQL text.

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Verify that the bind-variable position parameter is in the correct range to represent a place-holder in the SQL text. Confirm that the SQL text uses the correct syntax for a bind-variable place-holder, as required by the non-Oracle system.

update : 23-06-2017

ORA-28553 - pass-through SQL: invalid bind-variable position
ORA-28553 - pass-through SQL: invalid bind-variable position

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