Cursor%Rowcount shows 0

Cursor%Rowcount shows the value Zero.
SELECT command showing output but Cursor%Rowcount shows the value Zero.
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When do you invoke the Cursor%Rowcount - function? It won't bring back any value until you have fetched records, as it only shows the value of how many records have been fetched so far.
SujithData ArchitectCommented:
ROWCOUNT attribute is useful in case of bulk SELECTs.
You have to use this attribute in PL/SQL code.
You mus use the actual cursor name as in <cursor name>%rowcount.

For implicit selects there is an attribute called SQL%ROWCOUNT.

See the following example.
If it doesnt help, post the portion of your code.

SQL> declare
  2   cursor c1 is 
  3   select object_id from tbl1;
  4   type t1 is table of number index by binary_integer;
  5   l_t1 t1;
  6  begin
  7   open c1;
  8   fetch c1 bulk collect into l_t1;
  9   dbms_output.put_line('No of records from cursor is : '||c1%ROWCOUNT);
 10   close c1;
 12   select object_id bulk collect into l_t1
 13   from tbl1;
 15   dbms_output.put_line('No of records fetched is : '||SQL%ROWCOUNT);
 16  end;
 17  /
No of records from cursor is : 10
No of records fetched is : 10
PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

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Biju1149Author Commented:
Hi sujith80

Thanks very much for your valued reply.
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SujithData ArchitectCommented:
Does it answer your query?
Biju1149Author Commented:
 yes Sujith
SujithData ArchitectCommented:
Great. Please close the question.
Biju1149Author Commented:
Thanks very much for the help
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