"OPEN" - Executing the Query of a Cursor in SQL Server


How To Execute the Cursor Queries with "OPEN" Statements in SQL Server Transact-SQL?

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Once a cursor is declared, you need to execute the query attached to the cursor so that the result set returned from the query can be accessed through the cursor. To execute the cursor query, you should use the OPEN statement as in this format:

OPEN cursor_name;

When you are done with using the result set attached to a cursor, you should close the result set to free up server resources.

The tutorial example below shows you how to open and close a cursor:

USE FyiCenterData;

  SELECT * FROM fyi_links;
OPEN fyi_cursor;
-- result set is ready to use

-- other statements

CLOSE fyi_cursor;
DEALLOCATE fyi_cursor;


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