>Don't you need to DECLARE the variable "mvalidate" before you can
It's declared as OUT mvalidate varchar(10).
madderla sreedhar <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 05/02/2005 03:10:07 AM:
Can u please execute the following procedure in MySql
and tell me where I had gone wrong because on my
system the same code is giving error near line
" := 'TRUE' "
CREATE PROCEDURE cart_items_validate
(IN mcustid INT ,IN mprodid varchar(10),
OUT mvalidate varchar(10))
DECLARE rowexists INT(6);
select count(*) into rowexists from esr_cartitems_data
where customer_id=mcustid and item_id=mprodid;
if rowexists>0 THEN
mvalidate := 'TRUE'
mvalidate := 'FALSE';
Any help is welcome .
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Don't you need to DECLARE the variable "mvalidate" before you can use it?
You already declare rowexists, try adding another declare.
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