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I kind of figured it had to do with a join, but like I said, JOIN is not in my SQL vocabulary yet, and I am starting to explore more options within SQL. Alright, I just ran the script on the sample database, and everything worked out great! I know that there are many JOIN commands, INNER, OUTER, ETC so I am going to study them to get the hang of them. Update U Set Updated Value = 1 From @Update Table As U Inner Join @Customers As C On C. Update U Set Updated Value = 1 From @Customers As C Inner Join @Update Table As U On U.
When I have a query with multiple tables I tend to use aliases. Finally, SQL Server doesn't have a boolean data type. Thanks for the help guys, I will definitely try this tomorrow and report back. It may be a personal preference or some may consider it a best practice, but the updates will work regardless of the order. Declare @Customers Table ( Customer Id Int Identity(1, 1) Not Null, Member Since Date Not Null ); Declare @Update Table Table ( Update Id Int Identity(1, 1) Not Null, Customer Id Int Not Null, Updated Value Bit Not Null ); Insert Into @Customers (Member Since) Values ('1/1/2010'), ('2/1/2010'); Insert Into @Update Table (Customer Id, Updated Value) Values (1, 0), (2, 0); Select * From @Update Table; -- Updated table first. Member Since = '1/1/2010'); Select * From @Update Table; -- Updated table second.
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Regards, novice Edited by: user8635888 on Aug 5, 2009 AM Every Statement should end with a ; or a / on a newline.
From what I've read, this is what you'd call using the update statement extension.
I'll just call it using an aliased subselect as that makes more sense in my mind. One last thing before the example that you'll want to pay close attention to.But now I have run into a challenge of updating a column in a table, using information from other tables, and I have not been able to get the hang of doing this. I have an 'Expiration Date', and 'Customer Number' column in the table 'Customer' I have another table called 'Points' with columns named 'Non Member' (BOOL), and 'Customer Number'(VARCHAR)Now since I have a psudeo Primary key in both tables ('Customer Number') how do I go about changing the 'Non Member' column to false or true according to the data in the 'Customer' table. Well, to let you guys know, I have not tried a query yet, until I get the gist of it, but this is how I would try to attempt it. Therefore, it should optimize the query so that it is only accessing the row in Table B once for each row in Table A. Driver from ( select top 1 Top Speed, Time Sent, Driver from Car Data where Car Data. Hello SQL Server Readers, You've probably seen multiple column update examples out there using syntax such as this: set (col1, col2) = (select col1, col2 from ...) You've also probably found that the above syntax is not SQL Server friendly.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating