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Cursors retrieve rows one at a time from a query or stored procedure with multiple rows in its result set. A cursor is a handle or an identifier for the query or procedure, and for a current position within the result set.
Cursor management overview
Using cursors on SELECT statements in procedures
Updating a cursor inside a stored procedure
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