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It doesn't seem this is a ".NET Stored Procedures" question, so you may be better off posting to one of the database forums as it seems it's simply a design question.
However, you should be able to use DBMS_LOB which contains both INSTR and SUBSTR functions to split up the clob, but you'd need to write it yourself. There are also some examples you can get by googling dbms_lob split .
Hope it helps
Edited by: gdarling on May 24, 2012 10:39 AM
You could also pass an associative array (plsql index-by table) depending upon the interface you're connecting to the database with.