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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » SQL Anywhere Server - Programming » OLE DB and ADO development » ADO programming with SQL Anywhere

 

Working with the Recordset object

When working with SQL Anywhere, the ADO Recordset represents a cursor. You can choose the type of cursor by declaring a CursorType property of the Recordset object before you open the Recordset. The choice of cursor type controls the actions you can take on the Recordset and has performance implications.

 Cursor types
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