retrieving multiple rows from java stored procedures

i have  written a select query which returns multiple  records . And iam writing this
inside the BODY  of a  stored procedure.  iam retrieving two columns from the table.
iam storing these columns in  two varrays  , which are out parameters in my stored procedure,  how to  retirieve the  varrays  from  my  JDBC program. Please give
the code.

sarath
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CEHJCommented:
See
http://javaalmanac.com/egs/java.sql/CallProcedure.html

In your case, try:


ResultSet array1 = (ResultSet)cs.getObject(1);    
ResultSet array2 = (ResultSet)cs.getObject(2);    

If that doesn't work, cast it to whatever *is* being returned by the driver in getObject and use that
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objectsCommented:
Array a = cs.getArray(1);
Array b = cs.getArray(2);

or for Oracles specific use:

ARRAY a = ocs.getARRAY(1);
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