|Subject||RE: [firebird-support] DECLARE MyCursor CURSOR|
> At 05:15 PM 7/10/2004 +0200, you wrote:Great, I've totally missed that he had mentioned your
> > > Thanks for your answer, but to which question are you answering?
> > >
> > > Can one DECLARE, OPEN, FETCH, and CLOSE a CURSOR in one stored procedure?
> > > If so, how? Using IBExpert, I can't seem to DECLARE a CURSOR, much less
> > > OPEN, FETCH, and CLOSE it?
> > >
> > > In Helen Borrie's book, she keeps saying that CURSORs are beyond the scope
> > > of her book. Are CURSORs beyond the scope of Firebird too?
> >Robert, if you don't own the InterBase 6 Beta documentation set
> >or one of the manuals available on the IBPhoenix CD, then get
> >in touch with Firebird Stored Procedure and Triggers here:
> Umm, if he has the Firebird Book, it's hardly worth the trouble. TFB has a
> complete Part (5 chapters) devoted to them.
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