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Which PL/SQL command deactivates a cursor? How do you use SQL commands in Access?

Which PL/SQL command deactivates a cursor?

How do you use SQL commands in Access? 

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In your previous question we saw declaring, opening the cursor then fetching the record using fetch as below: CURSOR... View the full answer

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PL/SQL: This stands for Procedural Language for Structured Query Language. Cursors: We can say that cursor is a pointer... View the full answer





Cursors are used to retrieve data from the database. Two types of cursors:... View the full answer

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