I can't find a thorough discussion of FETCH options in the Pervasive docs using the search.

HERE's the example I can locate:

Remarks
A FETCH statement positions an SQL cursor on a specified row of a table and retrieves values from that row by placing them into the variables in the target list.

Examples
The FETCH statement in this example retrieves values from cursor c1 into the CourseName variable. The Positioned UPDATE statement in this example updates the row for Modern European History (HIS 305) in the Course table in the DEMODATA sample database:

CREATE PROCEDURE UpdateClass();
BEGIN
DECLARE :CourseName CHAR(7);
DECLARE :OldName CHAR(7);
DECLARE c1 cursor FOR SELECT name FROM course WHERE name = :CourseName FOR UPDATE;
SET :CourseName = 'HIS 305';
OPEN c1;
FETCH NEXT FROM c1 INTO :OldName;
UPDATE SET name = 'HIS 306' WHERE CURRENT OF c1;

END;

So how do you return to the beginning of the cursor and process the records again?

Thanks,

Kimball