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Extract output of CreateNativeQuery

 
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Hi,

I am working on a piece of code where the sql statement returns 2 fields. For e.g.


Now resultList is comprised of Objects. Each Object has 2 attributes namely the ids which show up on Debug as BigDecimal or type Object. I tried giving a

to access the attributes, but am unable to do so.
How do I get the value of a.id and b.id in 2 separate variables from the Object result?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks Much,
Juliana
 
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I figured it out. This is what I needed to do in the for loop



Now I can access my elements!
 
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