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Is it possible to use "BULK COLLECT" in Pro*Cobol?

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Thats my question.  Is it possible to use "BULK COLLECT" in Pro*Cobol?  I'm trying to speed up a cursor in the program.

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Jim.
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Yes you can use.
Please find the link which might help you to perform your work:

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=598503
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Is this post helped you? or still you are having any issue.
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Hi Pinkuray.

I was aware of the usage of Bulk Collect but really I guess what I need is an example of how it is used in Cobol if available.

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Jim.
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Please check this url which have shown an example for using BULK collect :

http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/asktom/f?p=100:11:0::::P11_QUESTION_ID:367986993667
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Is this url helped you in resolving your issue?
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Ended up not going down this path in the end.  But Pinkuay thanks for the url.  
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This didnt answer my question completely as this was ProC code but it did help me a bit.
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