Got a developer who wants to create a table with up to 300 dummy rows in it to help him print a report (well, labels actually). The user in the app needs say 15 labels, so his query goes and gets the label data and then joings the 1 row of label data with 15 dummy rows from the dummy table. So the query actually returns 15 rows, not 1. The same label is thus printed 15 times. I have no wish or desire to get involved as I'm not responsible for this Db directly.

However, I'd like to know if there's a pure SQL (no PL/SQL) way of saying "Retrieve me that 1 row there, but return it to to me 15 times"?