i have a table wich consists of 10 colums , and i have to update only one column init , cani know how to do this using cursors
Cursor is used where there is in need of selection of multiple rows. since ur requirement is only one row y r u trying to do with cursor???? Try the simplest way my frnd
I dunno how this topic is in this question about JCL. how ever his question was to how to update using a curson when he have 10 columns in a table.
He just mentioned that he only want to update one column, not just one row. Any way, if you want to update using cursors, then declare a curson with update option. Then use the update sql with current option
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