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Hello Roberto,

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Thank's,

Roberto


Is conn an instance of java.sql.Connection? IDEA expects SQL statement as
the argument, and does not yet suppoprt JDBC escape syntax.

The workaround is to turn SQL injection off for this method in IDE Settings
/ IntelliLang.

If you want to have JDBC escape syntax support in IDEA then a feature request
should be probably created in JIRA.

Alexander.


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Is conn an instance of java.sql.Connection? IDEA expects SQL statement
as the argument, and does not yet suppoprt JDBC escape syntax.


Yes, is an instance of java.sql.Connection


The workaround is to turn SQL injection off for this method in IDE
Settings / IntelliLang.


Pratically I have to turn off SQL injecton for all my project because this
is a standard Oracle SP call and we have a lot of SP!!!


If you want to have JDBC escape syntax support in IDEA then a feature
request should be probably created in JIRA.

Alexander.


I think that I will create a JIRA request.

Thank's,
Roberto


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