SQL Cursor : Database Object That Provisions Access to Records in a Database

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Recursive Query in MySQL using stored proceedure and CURSOR

I'm expanding our user/group system to allow for dynamic groups which are made up of other groups members. I have three tables users, groups, and relationships. For simplicity sake, lets say users ...
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How to execute this procedure in PL/SQL?

I have this table in the below format: Persnbr | Userfieldcd | Value 01 | Port | Funds 01 | Vip1 | Systems 02 | Port | Bank 02 | Vip1 | Authority This is how I want ...
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Bug in PL/pgSQL function creation

I don't know if this question better suits here or in SO ... This is a script that I'd like to launch (the code of the function was copied from a question on SO): \c mydb create or replace function ...
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Internal architecture of cursors

I know that cursor isn't very good idea, but I have some questions for internal structure of cursor. First step in cursor is determining result set which cursor iterate over. So, did cursor execute ...
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Difference data between adjacent rows

I have a table (called Visits) with ReqTime DATETIME NOT NULL column AND Duration INT UNSIGNED column. Duration should be set to the difference of ReqTime for two adjacent rows. But Duration is not ...
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how cursor implementations are different for each cursor type in sql server

In Oracle, there are only 2 types of cursor i.e. Implicit and Explicit cursor. Which is easy to understand. But, in SQL Server there are 4 Cursor AFAIK i.e. Static,Dynamic,Forward Only and Scroll. ...