Cursor in SQLRPGLE

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Hi friends, Please explain the difference between the Scrollable, Non-scrollable and Dynamic scrollable cursors in SQLRPGLE with simple example. Thanks in advance.

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  • TomLiotta

    A scrollable cursor allows the PRIOR, FIRST, LAST, BEFORE, AFTER, CURRENT, and RELATIVE options of an associated FETCH statement; and a non-scrollable cursor doesn't. There isn't really any such thing as a "Dynamic scrollable cursor". A "Dynamic" cursor would refer to sensitivity or perhaps to dynamic SQL rather than to SCROLL.

    However, you should be getting that information from the SQL Reference, not from this forum. There is no good way to use this forum as a teaching site for something as complex as SQL cursors.

    Tom

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