If the cursor is not yet initialized, MoveNextUniqueMultipleKey is identical to MoveFirstMultipleKey(Int32, LockingInfo). Otherwise, move the cursor to the next non-duplicate key in the database, and store that key and associated datum and as many ensuing key/data pairs that can fit in a buffer the size of BufferSize in CurrentMultipleKey. MoveNextUniqueMultipleKey will return false if no non-duplicate key/data pairs exist after the cursor position in the database.

Namespace:  BerkeleyDB
Assembly:  libdb_dotnet52 (in libdb_dotnet52.dll) Version:


public bool MoveNextUniqueMultipleKey(
	int BufferSize,
	LockingInfo info
Visual Basic (Declaration)
Public Function MoveNextUniqueMultipleKey ( _
	BufferSize As Integer, _
	info As LockingInfo _
) As Boolean
Visual C++
bool MoveNextUniqueMultipleKey(
	int BufferSize, 
	LockingInfo^ info


Type: System..::.Int32
The size of a buffer to fill with key/data pairs. Must be at least the page size of the underlying database and be a multiple of 1024.
Type: BerkeleyDB..::.LockingInfo
The locking behavior to use.

Return Value

True if the cursor was positioned successfully, false otherwise.

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