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Re: Stored Procedure And Corsor
Posted by: Peter Brawley
Date: March 30, 2018 12:45PM

> The scrolling logic in a perl module and the existing functionality
> fails when it hits multiple instances of the same lastname.

Right, scrolling needs to be PK-aware.

> I have not written a stored procedure for 15 years

I don't see a need for one here. SQL Server is in a way built for sprocs, so it emphasises them. MySQL isn't and doesn't.

> HANDLER tbl_name READ index_name

Essentially Handler bypasses the relational database layer entirely. Terrible idea for scrolling. It's there for those rare occasions where EF Codd's fundamental "no back doors" rule needs to be briefly violated for a special purpose. Scrolling isn't such a purpose.

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