This class inherits from
and, if needed, automatically retrieves rows after an operation
has been executed.
MySQLCursorBuffered can be useful in situations
where two queries, with small result sets, need to be combined or
computed with each other.
You can either use the
buffered argument when
using the connection's
cursor() method, or you can use the
option to make all cursors created for the connection
buffering by default.
import mysql.connector cnx = mysql.connector.connect() # Only this particular cursor will buffer results cnx.cursor(buffered=True) # All cursors will be buffering by default cnx2 = mysql.connector.connect(buffered=True)
For a practical use case, see Section 6.1, “Tutorial: Raise Employee's Salary Using a Buffering Cursor”.
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