Microsoft SQL Server FETCH NEXT – PB Docs 126

Microsoft SQL Server FETCH NEXT

In the singleton SELECT,
you specify variables to hold the values for the columns within
the selected row. The FETCH statement syntax is similar to the syntax
of the singleton SELECT. Values are returned INTO a specified list
of variables.

This example continues the previous example by retrieving
some data:

// Go get the first row from the result set.
FETCH emp_curs INTO :emp_id_var, :emp_name_var;

If at least one row can be retrieved, this FETCH places the
values of the emp_id and emp_name columns from
the first row in the result set into the PowerScript data variables
emp_id_var and emp_name_var.
Executing another FETCH statement will place the variables from
the next row into specified variables.

FETCH statements typically occur in a loop that processes
several rows from a result set (one row at a time): fetch the row,
process the variables, and then fetch the next row.

What happens when the result set is exhausted?

FETCH returns +100 (not found) in the SQLCode property
within the referenced transaction object. This is an informational
return code; -1 in SQLCode indicates an error.

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