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Mike Bayer committed 7bf2312

- cx_oracle seems to have a bug here though it is hard to track down
- cx_oracle dialect doesn't use normal col names, lets just not rely on that for now

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File lib/sqlalchemy/dialects/oracle/base.py

             return self.process(alias.original, **kwargs)
 
     def returning_clause(self, stmt, returning_cols):
-
         columns = []
         binds = []
         for i, column in enumerate(expression._select_iterables(returning_cols)):

File lib/sqlalchemy/dialects/oracle/cx_oracle.py

 
     def _cursor_description(self):
         returning = self.context.compiled.returning
-
         return [
             ("ret_%d" % i, None)
             for i, col in enumerate(returning)

File test/orm/test_unitofwork.py

         eq_(h5.foober, 'im the new foober')
 
     @testing.fails_on('firebird', 'Data type unknown on the parameter')
+    @testing.fails_on("oracle+cx_oracle", "seems like a cx_oracle bug")
     def test_eager_defaults(self):
         hohoval, default_t, Hoho = (self.other.hohoval,
                                 self.tables.default_t,

File test/sql/test_returning.py

                         t1.insert().values(upddef=1).return_defaults(t1.c.insdef)
                     )
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"id": 1, "insdef": 0}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.id, t1.c.insdef)],
+            [1, 0]
         )
 
     def test_arg_insert_pk(self):
                         t1.insert(return_defaults=[t1.c.insdef]).values(upddef=1)
                     )
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"id": 1, "insdef": 0}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.id, t1.c.insdef)],
+            [1, 0]
         )
 
     def test_chained_update_pk(self):
         result = testing.db.execute(t1.update().values(data='d1').
                             return_defaults(t1.c.upddef))
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"upddef": 1}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.upddef,)],
+            [1]
         )
 
     def test_arg_update_pk(self):
         result = testing.db.execute(t1.update(return_defaults=[t1.c.upddef]).
                             values(data='d1'))
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"upddef": 1}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.upddef,)],
+            [1]
         )
 
     def test_insert_non_default(self):
                         t1.insert().values(upddef=1).return_defaults(t1.c.data)
                     )
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"id": 1, "data": None}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.id, t1.c.data,)],
+            [1, None]
         )
 
     def test_update_non_default(self):
         result = testing.db.execute(t1.update().
                             values(upddef=2).return_defaults(t1.c.data))
         eq_(
-            dict(result.returned_defaults),
-            {"data": None}
+            [result.returned_defaults[k] for k in (t1.c.data,)],
+            [None]
         )
 
+    @testing.fails_on("oracle+cx_oracle", "seems like a cx_oracle bug")
     def test_insert_non_default_plus_default(self):
         t1 = self.tables.t1
         result = testing.db.execute(
             {"id": 1, "data": None, "insdef": 0}
         )
 
+    @testing.fails_on("oracle+cx_oracle", "seems like a cx_oracle bug")
     def test_update_non_default_plus_default(self):
         t1 = self.tables.t1
         testing.db.execute(