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Message Posted: Mon, 28 Apr 2003 @ 13:42:49 GMT
One thing I'm not sure about in your problem is are you trying to find duplicate rows (i.e. in a multiset table) or duplicate values in a column?
In either case, I could be over-simplifying your problem, but let me suggest something anyway (in case it might help). Since you want to compare a row/value to the next to see if they're the same, it implies ordering of some kind. And those duplicate rows/values will be deleted from another table. If you use the group by clause in sql, it would aggregate similar values together, then get those having count(*) > 1 and delete those ones from the other table.
Something like this:
delete from t2
I might be way off.. but if this helps then I think it would be a lot faster than cursor processing.
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