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Update A set A.a = B.c, A.b = B.d where A.x = B.y - Why Can't I?

Posted on 2001-08-07
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Why won't SQL let me do this (apart from the obvious error message) and how can I get around it?

Thanks so much!!

Luke.
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Question by:Paninaro080701
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Try this
Update A
set A.a = B.c, A.b = B.d
from b
where A.x = B.y
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Excellent!  Thank you.

Luke.
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