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Well, you have to populate POJOs with the values retrieved from database while iterating the loop and add each of them to the list unless you are using a O/R Mapping framework like Hibernate which will load POJOs for you from the database.
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i know that ..
but as you can see my out put .....
this data which i get...is coming from Access database
so i m not getting in the regular format through which i can populate my POJO..