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Always close your cursor

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18 Oct 2011CPOL
To see the default value of the cursor scope:select * from sys.databases(if value of "is_local_cursor_default" is 0 then scope id global, otherwise it is local).The scope is GLOBAL by default (for compatibility reasons).To change default scope use following:ALTER DATABASE...
To see the default value of the cursor scope:

SQL
select * from sys.databases

(if value of "is_local_cursor_default" is 0 then scope id global, otherwise it is local).
The scope is GLOBAL by default (for compatibility reasons).
To change default scope use following:
SQL
ALTER DATABASE [YourDatabase] SET CURSOR_DEFAULT LOCAL; 

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GeneralMy vote of 5 Pin
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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Great tip. Pin
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