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Turns off multi-row fetches across the network.
By default, when the database server gets a simple fetch request, the application asks for extra rows. You can disable this behavior by setting this parameter to YES.
See Using cursors in procedures and triggers.
Setting the DisableMultiRowFetch (DMRF) connection parameter to YES is equivalent to setting the prefetch database option to Off.
See Prefetching rows.
The following connection string fragment prevents prefetching:
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