Need help on calling the column_name while iterating the table via oracle db

Hi there,

I am trying to get the value from the table(employee)connecting through
the oracle database. Since there are 100s of values, i would need to
iterate the table and get the exact value.

I have the code that works if i use the index no. such as row[1] but i
wanted to use the column_name “first name” instead of row[1]. Below is
the code that i have
which works.

require ‘rubygems’
require ‘oci8’

$connection =‘usrname’, ‘password’, ‘//hostname:portno/sid’)
person=$connection.exec(“SELECT * from Employee”) do |row|
puts “#{row[1]}”

I get the result succesfully but i want to get the result not with
row[1] but with the row with the respective column_name.

Can anybody help me on this? Any little bit of help would be highly



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