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The following Microsoft SQL Server T-SQL scripts demonstrate how to perform a table UPDATE from another table:.

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Aug 25, 2010 Trying to execute this query but getting 'operation must use an updatable query'. Only problem I can see is that the SELECT may not return a row. UPDATE tblFlatPkgDates As FD. This will allow you to update a table based on the column value not being found in another table. UPDATE table1 SET table1.column = 'somenewval' WHERE IN ( SELECT. FROM ( SELECT FROM table1 LEFT JOIN table2 ON ( table2.column = table1.column ) WHERE table1.column = 'someexpectedval' AND table12.column IS NULL ) AS Xalias ).

-- SQL Server UPDATE table with values from another table - QUICK SYNTAX

-- T-SQL multiple tables update - SQL Server inner join update

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SET sod.ModifiedDate = soh.ModifiedDate

FROM AdventureWorks2008.Sales.SalesOrderHeader soh

INNERJOIN AdventureWorks2008.Sales.SalesOrderDetail sod

ON soh.SalesOrderID = sod.SalesOrderID

-- (121317 row(s) affected)


-- SQL Server update from another table - sql server insert another table
-- Create table with SELECT INTO for testing
- Price is increased with $1.00
USE tempdb;

SELECT ProductID, ProductName = Name, ListPrice = ListPrice + 1.00

INTO Product

FROM AdventureWorks2008.Production.Product


-- (504 row(s) affected)

SELECT ZeroPrice=COUNT(*)FROM Product WHERE ListPrice = 0

-- 0

-- SQL update from another table - two tables update sql server

-- Restore original price only when it is 1.0 - Leave other prices increased


SET p.ListPrice = aw8.ListPrice

FROM Product p

INNERJOIN AdventureWorks2008.Production.Product aw8

ON p.ProductID = aw8.ProductID

WHERE p.ListPrice = 1.00


-- (200 row(s) affected)

SELECT ZeroPrice=COUNT(*)FROM Product WHERE ListPrice = 0


-- 200

DROPTABLE tempdb.dbo.Product

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This tip describes how to update data in one table with data related to another table. It's not uncommon to perform this since the RDBMS link all the tables via primary keys and foreign keys

-- First, Let's Create The Tables

-- Next Step is Create The Constraints To Link The Tables


-- And Then We populate the tables

Update Table Select Another Table Sql Unbound Server

-- Let's say that We need to decrease 25% of the Order Total Column for Customer Kate
-- We Can use a subquery to perform this. It will something like that

-- Another option (more elegant and performatic is to use a JOIN)
-- This works fine, but remember that was not ANSI Compliance

-- You can check the results (try ony option at time)

-- Don't Forget To Delete Tables