I have a PL/SQL procedure where I call
RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR (-20001, 'Illegal id');
if something goes bad.
This seems to work, because the procedure quits and throws the error when it should.
I call this procedure using
But when I catch the exception, it is of type DataAccessException. The cause is ORA-01403: no data found
There doesn’t seem to be a way for me to get the number or message from my RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR call. How can I get these values?
We do this same thing in our application; however, ORA-20001 exceptions should come to Spring as UncategorizedSQLException. If you are seeing ORA-01403 then I suspect perhaps your procedure is failing in a different way: are you sure Spring is handing in the same arguments you are unit testing with?
What if you make your PL/SQL procedure do nothing other than raise a ORA-20001, do you still get ORA-01403 from Spring? Are you sure you are unit testing your PL/SQL and attaching your Java application to the same database?