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Alexander Muylaert
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# Posted on: 22-May-2020 09:14:52.  
Hi

We are starting to use packages more and more in firebird. Is LLBLGENpro supporting this?
I can't seem to get it to work.
And if it isn't support, would you mind? It's a long weekend anyway Wink

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Alexander
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# Posted on: 22-May-2020 10:51:41.  
Firebird packages are indeed not supported. From the looks of it they seem equivalent to oracle packages. As this is too close to release of v5.7, we can't implement this before that release so it'll have to wait. I'm sorry.

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Alexander Muylaert
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# Posted on: 22-May-2020 11:36:12.  
Otis wrote:
Firebird packages are indeed not supported. From the looks of it they seem equivalent to oracle packages. As this is too close to release of v5.7, we can't implement this before that release so it'll have to wait. I'm sorry.



understood, for now I can work around with "wrapper" methods. It is a bit silly, but it works for now.
Packages are indeed the same as in oracle and are a nice feature to keep my code a bit cleaner in the db. It would be appreciated.
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# Posted on: 23-May-2020 10:17:26.  
We've created a workitem, they'll be on our plate for the next version Regular Smiley

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Alexander Muylaert
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# Posted on: 09-Sep-2020 17:55:37.  
Otis wrote:
We've created a workitem, they'll be on our plate for the next version Regular Smiley



So guys... How is the thing going with the next plate? Finished previous one?
I would love these functionalities to be mapped as well.

Now I am writing it nicely in packages and then making a dumb mapping procedure to use it. Totally not the plan and I would love to drop these steps.

I already migrated to 5.7.1

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# Posted on: 10-Sep-2020 09:34:47.  
Next version will be 5.8, so that's not tomorrow. I understand it's cumbersome for you, but sadly we have other items with higher priorities to do as well.

I'm sorry.


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