Updating a record through cursor

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However, in this section you won't need them to solve the problem of updating a join, because in ADO, joins are naturally updatable.

Cursors allow you to fetch a set of data, loop through each record, and modify the values as necessary; then, you can easily assign these values to variables and perform processing on these values.

Depending on the type of cursor you request, you can even fetch records that you've previously fetched.

Because a cursor is an actual object inside the database engine, there is a little overhead involved in creating the cursor and destroying it.

Also, a majority of cursor operations occur in tempdb, so a heavily used tempdb will be even more overloaded with the use of cursors.