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without specifying field names in oracle cursor

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Dear Friends

For Data Migration purpose, i need to compare various complex queries between source and target environments

I am getting out of memory error when bulk volume of transactions are involved.

If i check one primary key value in those complex queries using cursor, i will not get out of memory error

is it possible to display field values in cursor without  specifiying fieldnames from cursor in dbms_output.put_line statement in oracle procedure ?

Please help me

Regards

Sathya Narayanan
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For comparison purpose, as long as you aren't picky about the output, check out the code I wrote in another question:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/Oracle/Q_26843082.html?#a34966249
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