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Insert an object of type ref cursor into a table ( Oracle PL/SQL )

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  PROCEDURE ALPHA (
      BETA       IN       NUMBER,
      GAMMA_LIST   IN OUT   c_list,
      DELTA       OUT      INTEGER
   )
   IS .....


The c_list type is REF CURSOR.

In order to debug, how could I download the c_list content into a table?
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by:MikeOM_DBA
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Try this in sqlplus:

var beta number;
var gamma_list refcursor;
var delta number;
exec :beta:=-1;
exec PROCEDURE ALPHA (:beta,:gamma_list,:delta);
print delta;
print gamma_list;

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sujith80 earned 500 total points
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c_list - is opened for a query.
You may
1. print the query using dbms_output.put_line
2. if you want to see the run time data of the ref cursor; you may create a table for debug purpose corresponding to the query and insert data into the table.
3. of the query changes at run time, you may use dynamic sql to do "create table as" using the query of the ref-cursor.
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by:hc2342uhxx3vw36x96hq
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Thank you very much for your kind cooperation! ;-)
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