This is a text description of locfsize.htm. This figure illustrates a path through the hierarchy of a CompoundCursor that indicates which child Cursor objects have local fetch sizes set. At the top of the figure is a rectangle that represents the top-level, or root, CompoundCursor. Below the root are three rectangles that represent the children of the root CompoundCursor. The rectangle on the left represents a child CompoundCursor, the rectangle in the middle represents a child ValueCursor, and the rectangle on the right represents another child CompoundCursor. The two child Cursor objects on the left are shaded to indicate that they have local fetch sizes set on them. Under the child CompoundCursor on the left are three rectangles that represent its children. Those rectangles are not shaded because their parent has the local fetch size set on it and therefore the fetch size cannot be set on the children. Under the child CompoundCursor on the right are three rectangles that represent its children. The two child Cursor objects on the left are ValueCursor objects and the child Cursor on the right is a CompoundCursor. The ValueCursor objects are shaded and the CompoundCursor is not. Under the CompoundCursor are three more rectangles that represent its children. The children are shaded to indicates that the local fetch size is set on them. A line runs from the root CompoundCursor through its child CompoundCursor on the right then through its child CompoundCursor and ends at the children of that CompoundCursor, which are the leaf-level Cursor objects for that CompoundCursor. The line indicates the path the hierarchy of a CompoundCursor that shows which Cursor objects have the local fetch size set. A note connected to the line says, "Any path from the root to one of the leaves contains exactly one Cursor with a local fetch size."