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I understand how to create a result set with a view to pulling out a subset of records from a table

I don't understand how you access the value for a particular column of this subset

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Here's a link to the Oracle tutorial which shows a simple example of that: Retrieving and Modifying Values from Result Sets.

(By the way a ResultSet can encapsulate more than one row, so "the" value for a particular column might be misleading; each row will have a value for that particular column.)
 
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Thanks Paul

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