Reading Result Set with a Cursor

Hi, I have following SQL statement.
SELECT E.ID, E.NAME,
CURSOR(SELECT F.MEMBER, F.AGE FROM CLIENT F WHERE F.ID = E.ID)
FROM EMPLOYER E

If I run something like this in Java:
ResultSet rs = statement.executeQuery(sql);

I can read E.ID and E.NAME using rs.getString(1), but how do I read the values in the cursor?

Thanks in advance
shepp_itAsked:
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
I'm not a Java guy and I've never even tried this using .Net.  Are you declaring data types for the returned values?

set up an alias for the cursor:
SELECT E.ID, E.NAME,
CURSOR(SELECT F.MEMBER, F.AGE FROM CLIENT F WHERE F.ID = E.ID) myCur
FROM EMPLOYER E

You should be able to use getObject (or similar) for e.myCur.

Check out the refcursor Java code at:
http://www.databasedesign-resource.com/oracle-ref-cursor-in-java.html
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shepp_itAuthor Commented:
Awesome. Thank you.
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