The StoredProcedureCallReceiver writes Domain Attribute values in a delimited format to a file.


The StoredProcedureCallReceiver requires that the following parameters are defined:

  • resourceName - Defines the name of the resource that contains the database connection information on a user's local machine.
  • databaseName - Defines the name of the database to access.
  • procedureName - Defines the name of the stored procedure to call.

Receiver Attribute Property Keys

The Receiver defines four property keys that can be modified on any of its associated Domain Attributes:

  • use - Specifies whether or not to use the given Attribute's value as a parameter value in the store procedure call.
  • position - Specifies the position of the parameter value within the store procedure call. This parameter must be defined if 'use' is equal to true.
  • type - Specifies the parameter type. ¬†This parameter must be defined if 'use' is equal to true.
  • size - The size of the type.

Type Value

The column data types are the following:  

  • VarChar - native data type
  • Boolean - native data type
  • BigDecimal - gets translated to a DECIMAL
  • Date - native data type
  • Double - native data type
  • Float - native data type
  • Integer - native data type
  • Long - gets translated to a BIGINT
  • Time - native data type
  • Timestamp - native data type

JDBC Configuration File

This Receiver uses a configuration file, located on the user's local computer, as a resource to attain the necessary information for connecting to a user's local database via JDBC. The required properties to connect to a database via JDBC are the following:

  • driver - the path and filename of the JDBC library for the database to connect to.
  • user - the name used to connect as a user to the database.
  • password - the password used to connect as the given user to the database.
  • url - the JDBC universal resource locator required to connect to the given database.
  • batchCount - defines the number of rows of generated data that are batched together before writing to the database.

Example JDBC Configuration File

Below is an example of a JDBC configuration file defined to connect to a MySQL database called, acme: