Using @@rowcount with delare cursor not working sqlserver

The @ @ rowcount not work using it after a declared cursor. Returns 0 but it should return 1

DECLARE @error int
DECLARE @rowcount int

DECLARE Pnr_Actualizables CURSOR FOR
SELECT TOP 150000 RES.resv_id 
WHERE HOM.rvas_cdg_pnr = RES.rvas_cdg_pnr
AND HOM.rvas_fch_reserva = RES.rvas_fch_reserva

SELECT @error = @@error,@rowcount = @@rowcount
PRINT 'Error 1: '+ convert(varchar,@error)
PRINT 'Registros 2: '+convert(varchar,@rowcount)

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Shaun KlineLead Software EngineerCommented:
The declaration of a cursor does not retrieve any data. You must also use the open cursor call. Also, as cursors are single row retrieves (using FETCH) you should only ever have one row returned.
jralsenAuthor Commented:
Thanks, the solution is OPEN the cursor and use @@CURSOR_ROWS


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jralsenAuthor Commented:
is ok
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