Perhaps I should have said more...
Error rendering macro 'sql-query' : java.sql.SQLException: Missing IN or OUT parameter at index:: 1
when I have this configured...
sorry didn't notice that it decided to "not" show my query "code"...
anyway, here is the Plugin configuration
Conflgure SQL for Confluence
Limit rows processed - No limit
Limit query time - No limit
Disable anti-XSS mode - "unchecked"
Data Source Profile
Name - jira-dev1
Value - dbDriver=oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver | dbUrl=jdbc:oracle:thin:@//rtp-dbdl-scm1.cisco.com:1521/RTPSCMD1.CISCO.COM | dbUser=jira1a | dbPassword=XXXX | dbJar=/data/atlassian/confluence/current/confluence/WEB-INF/lib/ojdbc7.jar
as for my query, here is screenshot
Well... I'm here to answer my own question. So the trick was how I was defining the data sources.
on the Configuration page of the plugin, appears thats not the way to do it if Oracle is involved... Instead added entries within the server.xml and "all good". Thanks for jumping in to help.
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