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ODBC: ERROR [07002] [Snowflake][ODBC] (10690) Expected descriptor record does not exist during query

I'm trying to call a stored procedure from Snowflake into Excel PowerQuery using an ODBC connection. It works fine when I pass a single or multiple dates (in varchar format), but when I pass a string value (either single or multiple parameters), it gives the following error.


Note that this "Call" runs fine in Snowflake and there are no syntax errors in the procedure itself.


= Odbc.Query("dsn=SNOWFLAKE", "CALL FINANCE_DEV.FINANCE_DB.TEST_PROC_TWO_PERIODS('202303','202304') ;") --Works fine

= Odbc.Query("dsn=SNOWFLAKE", "CALL FINANCE_DEV.FINANCE_DB.TEST_PROC_PERIOD_STATE('MD','202304') ;") --Does not work; see error below


DataSource.Error: ODBC: ERROR [07002] [Snowflake][ODBC] (10690) Expected descriptor record does not exist during query execution.


Any thoughts on this? 




I was getting a similar problem. I had a Snowflake stored procedure that worked fine when called in Snowflake, but gave the error when called through ODBC. After some testing I narrowed it down to something with using multiple variables in a query inside the procedure.


With the following command in my proc, I get the error when calling the proc through ODBC:

select count(*) into :return_value from identifier(:my_table_name);


With either of these commands instead, the error doesn't appear:

select count(*) into :return_value from my_table;

select count(*) from identifier(:my_table_name);


I was able to re-write the procedure to avoid using the "into" and the ODBC problem is gone for me now. Hopefully this helps.


Were you able to resolve the issue? I still seeing the same issue. 


I'm experiencing the same issue, anyone have an idea what to look at to fix?

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