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PLS-00642: local collection types not allowed in SQL statements. i am using oracle datadase 12c


PLS-00642: local collection types not allowed in SQL statements. i am using oracle datadase 12c

By : Saim Akthar
Date : October 17 2020, 06:10 AM
should help you out Maybe I'm missing something, but - reading your comment, it looks like a simple UPDATE statement. Why would you do it in such a complicated way?
code :
update attachment_error a set
  a.file_id = (select c.file_id
               from attachment_claim c
               where c.claim_tcn_id = a.claim_tcn_id;


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local collection types not allowed in SQL statements

local collection types not allowed in SQL statements


By : user2607950
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue To achive that you should use something like:
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE type_record_1... /
PL/SQL local collection types not allowed in sql satements

PL/SQL local collection types not allowed in sql satements


By : Vitela Ria
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue In Oracle 11g you cannot use collection types declared in PL/SQL in the SQL scope. You need to create them in the SQL scope.
code :
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE num_list IS TABLE OF NUMBER;
local collection types not allowed in SQL statements - Oracle

local collection types not allowed in SQL statements - Oracle


By : نواف القحطاني
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Until Oracle 11g, if you declare type under the scope of a PLSQL block, it cannot be called in SQL statement within the block and this is the reason you are getting this error:
code :
PLS-00642: local collection types not allowed in SQL statements
--Created a type of Number assuming ID is number
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE R05_ID_TYPE IS TABLE OF NUMBER;
/
--Block
DECLARE
    --TYPE R05_ID_TYPE IS TABLE OF R01_TABLE.R01_ID%TYPE;

     R01_IDS                       R05_ID_TYPE;
BEGIN
     SELECT R1.R01_ID AS R01_ID
     BULK COLLECT INTO R01_IDS
       FROM R01_TABLE R1,
            R05_TABLE R5
      WHERE R1.R01_ID = R5.R05_R01_ID_FK
            AND R5.R05_STATUS = 'D'
            AND R5.R05_DATE_TIME_CAPTURED <= TRUNC (SYSDATE) - 1095
            AND R1.R01_ID NOT IN (
                    SELECT R01.R01_ID
                      FROM R01_TABLE R01,
                           R05_TABLE R05
                     WHERE R05.R05_STATUS != 'D'
                           AND R01.R01_ID = R05.R05_R01_ID_FK);

     DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE (R01_IDS.COUNT);

     FOR INDX IN 1 .. R01_IDS.COUNT
     LOOP
          DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE (R01_IDS (INDX) );
          INSERT 
                INTO R01_TABLE_ARCHIVED
                     (R01_ID_TYPE,
                      R01_IDENTITY_NUMBER,
                      R01_PASSPORT_COUNTRY,
                      R01_DATE_TIME_CAPTURED)
               SELECT RR1_R01_ID_TYPE,
                      RR1_R01_IDENTITY_NUMBER,
                      RR1_R01_PASSPORT_COUNTRY,
                      RR1_R01_DATE_TIME_CAPTURED
                 FROM (SELECT R01_ID_TYPE,
                              R01_IDENTITY_NUMBER,
                              R01_PASSPORT_COUNTRY,
                              R01_DATE_TIME_CAPTURED
                         FROM R01_TABLE
                        --Using the collection in SQL statement
                        WHERE R01_ID IN (Select column_value from table(R01_IDS) );
     END LOOP;
COMMIT;
END;
Error: PLS-00642: local collection types not allowed in SQL statements

Error: PLS-00642: local collection types not allowed in SQL statements


By : presdec
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Create the type as schema object. However, you cannot inherit data type from table (AS TABLE OF MYTABLE.MYCOLUMN%TYPE):
code :
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE ACCNT_NUMBER_TYPE AS TABLE OF NUMBER;
...
WHERE SOT.ACCNT_NUMBER MEMBER OF L_ACCNT_NUMBER
Getting "local collection types not allowed in SQL statements" even though I use "table" operator

Getting "local collection types not allowed in SQL statements" even though I use "table" operator


By : user3386106
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Type should be created at SQL level and then used in your PL/SQL procedure. Something like this (based on Scott's schema):
code :
SQL> set serveroutput on
SQL> create or replace type emp_tab as table of number;
  2  /

Type created.

SQL> create or replace procedure purge_table is
  2      arr_ids    emp_tab := emp_tab();
  3      v_deleted_row_Count number;
  4  begin
  5     select distinct (s.empno) bulk collect
  6       into arr_ids
  7       from emp s where deptno = 10;
  8
  9     select count(*)
 10        into v_deleted_row_count
 11        from emp s where s.empno in (select * from table(arr_ids));
 12
 13     dbms_output.put_line('Number = ' || v_deleted_row_count);
 14  end;
 15  /

Procedure created.

SQL> exec purge_table;
Number = 3

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQL>
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