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DELETE QUERY QUESTION - EASY

Posted on 2008-10-08
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Simply put, I need to know how to implement a DELETE query within my SPROC that basically deletes ANY row WHERE GPS.TEXT_MESSAGE DOES NOT = '*Dispatched' or '*Starting Trip' or '*Ending Trip'

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Here you go:

delete from gps
where YourPrimaryKeyField not in
     (select YourPrimaryKeyField from gps where texT_message in ('*Dispatched','*Starting Trip', '*Ending Trip')
     )
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PERFECT!!!
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