Closes a cursor
The CLOSE command closes the specified cursor, releasing all resources and locks allocated when the cursor was opened. A cursor is a pointer to a logical table. A logical table is a temporary collection of data that satisfy conditions specified in a SELECT statement. After a cursor has been CLOSED, it may be accessed again by issuing another OPEN statement. The cursor is not released until a DROP CURSOR statement is issued. This command can only be used in Embedded SQL. The cursor must already be open.
|cursor||The name of the cursor to be closed.|