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Posted - 08/29/2000 :  21:02:54  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
We'll talk about the basics of cursors. These let you move through records one at a time and perform processing on each record.

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Posted - 01/29/2009 :  11:04:10  Show Profile  Visit jp2code's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Team,

Thansk for the link on Cursor Introduction. I understand the difference between Client Side and Server Side Cursors, but I don't know how to tell which was used in the Example.

If the example is a Client Side Cursor, how would it be written using a Server Side Cursor?

If the example is a Server Side Cursor, how would it be written using a Client Side Cursor?

The only reason I ask is because a recent Interview task was to write two procedures: One that used a Client Side Cursor, then the same procedure using a Server Side Cursor.

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Posted - 07/25/2011 :  02:21:46  Show Profile  Visit Piyush's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Its a nice post.
I have also posted on Cursor, so if you want further clarity on Cursor, just check this out:
SQL Server – What Is A Cursor???

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