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What is more effective than a cursors?  Given their (cursors) common use in stored procs?
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for optimisation, it is better to use set based SQL if you can
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>>Given their (cursors) common use in stored procs?<<
It is rare that CURSORs are used in Stored Procedures and then usually in older code, where the developer migrated from MS Access and did not know any better.
 
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