If the cursor is not yet initialized, MoveNextMultipleKey is
identical to MoveFirstMultipleKey(LockingInfo)
Otherwise, move the cursor to the next key/data pair of the
database, and store that pair and as many ensuing key/data pairs
that can fit in a buffer the size of one database page in
. In the presence of duplicate key
values, the keys of CurrentMultipleKey
may not change.
(in libdb_dotnet52.dll) Version: 220.127.116.11
|Visual Basic (Declaration)|
Public Function MoveNextMultipleKey ( _
info As LockingInfo _
) As Boolean
True if the cursor was positioned successfully, false otherwise.