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Cursor Problem

Cursor Problem

(OP)
Hi,
i want that in cursor i just pass parameters in select statement and query run properly:

-----------------------------------------------------------
Proper Way:
declare CR_MAX cursor local     
for select TA_FR_ID from tblTrialDummy where UID = @vUID
open CR_MAX
fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
while @@fetch_status = 0
begin    

fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
end    
close CR_MAX
deallocate CR_MAX
-----------------------------------------------------------

What I Want:
declare @vQuery nvarchar(100)
set @vQuery = "Select * from tblTrialDummy where UID = " + @vUID

declare CR_MAX cursor local     
for @vQuery
open CR_MAX
fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
while @@fetch_status = 0
begin    

fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
end    
close CR_MAX
deallocate CR_MAX

OR

declare @vWhere nvarchar(100)
set @vQuery = "where UID = " + @vUID

declare CR_MAX cursor local     
for "Select * from tblTrialDummy " + @vWhere
open CR_MAX
fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
while @@fetch_status = 0
begin    

fetch next from CR_MAX into @vMAX_FR_ID
end    
close CR_MAX
deallocate CR_MAX
......................

kindly suggest me solution so i pass parameter

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