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RedHat 9 (Linux i386) - man page for move (redhat section 7)

MOVE(7) 					     SQL Commands					      MOVE(7)

MOVE - position a cursor on a specified row of a table
MOVE [ direction ] [ count ] { IN | FROM } cursor
MOVE allows a user to move cursor position a specified number of rows. MOVE works like the FETCH command, but only positions the cursor and does not return rows. Refer to FETCH [fetch(7)] for details on syntax and usage. NOTES MOVE is a PostgreSQL language extension. Refer to FETCH [fetch(7)] for a description of valid arguments. Refer to DECLARE [declare(7)] to define a cursor. Refer to BEGIN [begin(7)], COMMIT [commit(7)], and ROLLBACK [rollback(7)] for further information about transactions.
Set up and use a cursor: BEGIN WORK; DECLARE liahona CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM films; -- Skip first 5 rows: MOVE FORWARD 5 IN liahona; MOVE -- Fetch 6th row in the cursor liahona: FETCH 1 IN liahona; FETCH code | title | did | date_prod | kind | len -------+--------+-----+-----------+--------+------- P_303 | 48 Hrs | 103 | 1982-10-22| Action | 01:37 (1 row) -- close the cursor liahona and commit work: CLOSE liahona; COMMIT WORK;
SQL92 There is no SQL92 MOVE statement. Instead, SQL92 allows one to FETCH rows from an absolute cursor position, implicitly moving the cursor to the correct position. SQL - Language Statements 2002-11-22 MOVE(7)

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