missing IN and OUT

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And "shake it all about"?

Perhaps I should have said more...

hitting this...

Error rendering macro 'sql-query' : java.sql.SQLException: Missing IN or OUT parameter at index:: 1

when I have this configured...

 truesumfalseUTF-8truejira-dev1INLINE{sql-query:dataSource=jira-dev1|output=wiki} select NUMBERVALUE from CUSTOMFIELDVALUE where CUSTOMFIELD='10704'; {sql-query} not sure what I am doing wrong

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Jun 10, 2016

We can't see your macro here, can you post a screenshot of the configuration? We should tag your post with the SQL query add-on too.

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

confluence_query.png

 

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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