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How to map returned cursor to a POJO / Bean in Hibernate?

 
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Hi
I have a requirement where I need to create an object based on soem big calculation. The result is from 2-3 tables and I am using an Oracle Stored procedure for the same.
The stored procedure will return a cursor.
Now how can I map the cursor directly to some Java class / POJO using EJB3 / hibernate? As I dont have any underlying table for this entity so I am getting error when i try to define NamedNativeQuery for this?

I have following definition


I have my stored procedure in place which returns a cursor with some say 5-6 columns. But as SectorDetail class can not be tied to a table (as no table exists) .
So how can I do this?

Or is the only way to do this is loop through returned cursor and get column values one by one and create a list of SectorDetail object?

Thanks
 
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