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Selecting numbers into array and then looping over them

your code fails because you are using clause into. For filling collections use bulk collect into instead.

    type idArray is table of number index by
  theIdArray idArray;

  select id bulk collect into theIdArray from
table_name_here where report_id = 3449;

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