When you request a cursor type from your client application, SQL Anywhere provides a cursor. SQL Anywhere cursors are defined, not by the type as specified in the programming interface, but by the sensitivity of the result set to changes in the underlying data. Depending on the cursor type you ask for, SQL Anywhere provides a cursor with behavior to match the type.
SQL Anywhere cursor sensitivity is set in response to the client cursor type request.
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