problem string buffer too small

Hey, guys:

I have a question may be stupid, I received the error "ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small" when I run a query. If I Uncomment ' and rox.status ='Active "" ' State, I do not have the error. I guess it's related to specific lines. I checked online, it looks like the length of a certain variable varchar2 is not enough, but I can't find cause. I also note that there could be an error on v_level in the function, I use number instead of type varchar2. but after I changed the type of v_level, the error is still there. I would be cautious, because this is a legacy system. Could someone help me on this problem?

I have a query like this:
select *
from registration_offender_xref rox
where SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS.get_offender_level(rox.offender_ID)=3
--and rox.status='Active'
and rox.end_registration_date is not null;
I get the error message like:

ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small
ORA-06512: at "get OUT. SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS', line 124
06502 00000 - "PL/SQL: digital error or the value of %s.

SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS.get_offender_level returns a numeric value from 1 to 3, or a null value. Here is the code
  function get_offender_level(p_offender_id IN NUMBER) return NUMBER as
  
      sex_offender_flag number;
      tier_level number;
      override_num number;
      
      v_status  varchar2(10);
     
      v_aggravated  varchar2(10); 
      v_habitual  varchar2(10); 
      v_level  varchar2(10); 
   
      
  
      cursor tierNum is  -- as May 22, 2008 per HKT of DOC (past portal code), Level/Tier is displayed for all offenders
               select max(c.tier) 
      from sor_offense o, sor_offense_code c
               where o.offender_id = p_offender_id
               and o.OFFENSE_CODE = c.CODE_ID
      and upper(o.status) = 'ACTIVE';
    
  begin
  
      select count(*)
      into sex_offender_flag
      from registration_offender_xref rox
      where rox.offender_ID=p_offender_id
      and reg_type_ID=1;
  
      if sex_offender_flag>0 then 
      
          OPEN tierNum;
          FETCH tierNum INTO v_level;
            if tierNum%NOTFOUND then
            tier_level := null;
            end if;
          CLOSE tierNum;
          
          select tier_overRide into overRide_Num 
          from registration_offender_xref
          where offender_id = p_offender_id
          and reg_type_id = 1; 
          
          if overRide_Num is not null then
            v_level:=overRide_Num;
          end if;
          --dbms_output.put_line('overRide_Num:'||overRide_Num);    
          --dbms_output.put_line('after override:'||p_level);
 /*error line*/         
            select status,  decode(aggravated,'Y','Yes','No') aggravated, 
           decode(habitual,'Y','Yes','No') habitual
          into v_status,  v_aggravated, v_habitual
          from registration_offender_xref 
          where offender_id = p_offender_id
          and reg_type_id = 1;
          
            if upper(v_status) in ('COMPLETED', 'DECEASED', 'DELETED') then
               v_level := null;
            end if;
           
           --dbms_output.put_line('before final:'||p_level);
           
            if v_aggravated = 'Yes' or v_habitual = 'Yes' or v_level = 3 then
               v_level := 3;
            end if;
          
           --dbms_output.put_line('final:'||p_level);
          
            if override_num is not null then
               v_level := overRide_Num;
            end if;    
          
               else
      
            v_level:=null;
      
      end if;
      
      return v_level;
  
  end get_offender_level;
Thank you very much!

Sam

Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 08:38

Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 08:41

Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 09:01
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I do not pretend that it is your problem, but

select status
into v_status,
from registration_offender_xref 

But you said

      v_status  varchar2(10);

Much better to say things like that

      v_status  registration_offender_xref.status%type;

In this way, you know that your variable is declared with a good length, if the length of the column never changes, your code won't kaboom.

See you soon,.

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