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DECLARE PhotoID int DECLARE photo_cursor CURSOR FOR SELECT PhotoID FROM Photos OPEN photo_cursor FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor WHILE FETCH_STATUS = 0 BEGIN FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor END CLOSE photo_cursor DEALLOCATE photo_cursor the output is separated, how to join the results into a record...

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    Default how to join a set of fetch into one output

    DECLARE PhotoID int
    DECLARE photo_cursor CURSOR FOR SELECT PhotoID FROM Photos
    OPEN photo_cursor
    FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor
    WHILE FETCH_STATUS = 0
    BEGIN
    FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor
    END

    CLOSE photo_cursor
    DEALLOCATE photo_cursor

    the output is separated, how to join the results into a
    record
    ashita Guest

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    Default Re: how to join a set of fetch into one output

    Don't. You should avoid cursors because of their poor performance and
    resource overhead. Use SELECT/UPDATE/INSERT/DELETE statements. Post your DDL
    (CREATE TABLE statements) and sample data (as INSERT statements) and someone
    here may be able to help you with a set-based solution.

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    "aa" <noemail.com> wrote in message
    news:061001c3484e$a0ee0bf0$a401280aphx.gbl...
    > DECLARE PhotoID int
    > DECLARE photo_cursor CURSOR FOR SELECT PhotoID FROM Photos
    > OPEN photo_cursor
    > FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor
    > WHILE FETCH_STATUS = 0
    > BEGIN
    > FETCH NEXT FROM photo_cursor
    > END
    >
    > CLOSE photo_cursor
    > DEALLOCATE photo_cursor
    >
    > the output is separated, how to join the results into a
    > record

    David Portas Guest

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