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how can we store the data of one record into collection and retrieve from that
 
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Hi Nath,
Please be clear about your askance.Do you want each of the resultset records, as a whole, will be stored into Collection object? In that case, resultset.next() only moves block wise, as like in chessboard. It will complete traversing all columns in a row, and then move to the next row...resultset can't capture the row itself, unless you are writing the SQL query (obvoiusly, in a PL/SQL block) to return you a %ROWTYPE data, not the columns.
 
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