859486 wrote:Why are you using a Ref Cursor? What problem are you trying to solve by using it? A Ref Cursor is usually used to pass an executing query back to a third party application layer, very rarely is is used within PL/SQL itself.
I have a PL/SQL ref cursor, I would like to pass the output from REF CURSOR to a ORACLE table
The output is Comma separated values of VARCHAR2 datatype
Pls suggest how to pass this output to a ORACLE table dynamically?