I am talking to a Sql Server, from visual basic (6) and all i want to do is move all the fields associated with one record to another table on the sql server.
Both tables are in the same database on the sql server.
So i need an sql statement to execute this request. The table where i want to move the record has the same fields as the table from where the record is coming from.

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I'm not quite sure if this is what you're after - this will copy the data from a selected record or records to a similar table (The syntax is Oracle, but should work in T-SQL - if not try removing brackets):

INTO   table1
   FROM   table2
   WHERE  conditions);

If you then want to delete the old record(s) then use

FROM   table2
WHERE  conditions;

Hope this helps.

mscalaAuthor Commented:
Yeah that was exactly what i needed, just the brackets had to be removed, thanks a lot for your help.
You can answer the question, so i can give the points to you.

Thanks again!
This will do the trick (the update statement):

UPDATE first
FROM TABLE1 first, TABLE2 second
WHERE condition

TABLE1 = source table
TABLE2 = destination table
FIELDNAME = field to be updated

the phrases 'first' and 'second' are aliases.

grtx, RoverM
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Sorry, forgot to say that:

CONDITION = the indicator to point the source table to the destionation table.
for example:

mscalaAuthor Commented:
Could : LordSauce answer my question, he came me the code that i needed

All you should have to do is click on the "Accept the Comment as the Answer" that should be over to the right of where it says "Comment"!!
mscala, glad to have been of service!

P.S. Next time, if a comment provides the answer, you can give the person the points by clicking on the 'Accept Comment as Answer' button.

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