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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Programming » Introduction to Programming with SQL Anywhere » Using SQL in applications » Choosing cursor types

 

Block cursors

ODBC provides a cursor type called a block cursor. When you use a BLOCK cursor, you can use SQLFetchScroll or SQLExtendedFetch to fetch a block of rows, rather than a single row. Block cursors behave identically to embedded SQL ARRAY fetches.