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Microsoft, SQL, 2005, Update Script help

Posted on 2008-10-17
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I want to update type of bill from 738 to 731 where the visit owner equals 6

Started it but its not going well ... any help is appreciated.

UPDATE PatientVisitFiling pvf FROM
INNER JOIN PatientVisit pv ON pvf.PatientVisitId = pv.PatientVisitId
SET pvf.TypeOfBill = '731' WHERE pv.VisitOwnerMId = '6'
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Question by:Jeff S
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UPDATE PatientVisitFiling
SET TypeOfBill = '731'
WHERE EXISTS
(SELECT 1
 FROM PatientVisit pv
 WHERE pv.PatientVisitId = PatientVisitFiling.PatientVisitId
  AND pv.VisitOwnerMId = '6');
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by:Patrick Matthews
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UPDATE PatientVisitFiling
SET TypeOfBill = '731'
FROM PatientVisitFiling pvf INNER JOIN
      PatientVisit pv ON pvf.PatientVisitId = pv.PatientVisitId
WHERE pv.VisitOwnerMId = '6'
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try this .. it should work

UPDATE PatientVisitFiling SET TypeOfBill = '731'  FROM PatientVisitFiling pvf
INNER JOIN PatientVisit pv ON pvf.PatientVisitId = pv.PatientVisitId
WHERE pv.VisitOwnerMId = '6'
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Split points to be fair ....  wish i could give all full credit
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