The infamous Missing IN or OUT parameter error
By Frank Nimphius-Oracle on Feb 29, 2012
Often error messages like "attempt to set a parameter name that does not occur in the SQL" and "Missing IN or OUT parameter at index" are caused by developers mixing required and optional bind variables in their SQL queries WHERE clause. If you used bind variables in ADF Business Components SQL queries, make sure the bind variables are set to required. Bind variables that are marked as optional are only good to be used in View Criterias.
In a future version of Oracle JDeveloper, the two bind variable types (the optional ones used in View Criteria and the required ones used in the context of SQL queries) are visually separated in the layout of the View Object editor.