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Hi..
how to create simple cursor in ms sql server and mysql like oracle,i know in oracle following is example
DECLARE
    CURSOR C IS SELECT * FROM tbinstrument;
BEGIN
    FOR CV IN C
    LOOP
        INSERT INTO tbnseinstrument VALUES(CV.ins_id,CV.ins_name);
    END LOOP;
END;
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Posted 12-Jan-13 0:26am

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Solution 1

The cursor is quite similar in other systems. In Sql Server, have a look at DECLARE CURSOR[^]
 
So your cursor definition would look something like:
DECLARE c CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM tbinstrument;
In MySql, have a look at Cursor DECLARE Syntax[^]
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chetankhatri at 12-Jan-13 5:39am
   
if i want to fetch rows into variable and with help of variable how can i access column value in ms sql server like following in oracle
 
DECLARE
CURSOR C IS SELECT * FROM TBTEST;
CV C%ROWTYPE;
BEGIN
OPEN C;
LOOP
FETCH C INTO CV;
EXIT WHEN C%NOTFOUND;
DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(CV.FIRST_NAME||CV.MID_NAME);
 
END LOOP;
CLOSE C;
 
END;
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Mika Wendelius at 12-Jan-13 5:49am
   
There's no direct equivalent for ROWTYPE in Sql Server. One way is to declare a table type variable, see DECLARE[^] or to list the columns and fetch the values into separate variables.

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