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Accessing Oracle Cursors in VC++

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Hi,
  I have written stored procedures which could retrive the records as cursors from Oracle.
  I want to use a mechanism in VC++ to fetch the values from cursors returned from Oracle
  Can this be done using CRecordSet (probably I think not)
  should I use the command object for this
  Pl respond.
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