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Update table based on value in related table

Posted on 2011-09-26
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I have 2 tables: aspnet_Users and tblUserProfileData.

Who can I update all users in tblUserProfileData that has one spesific ApplicationId in aspnet_users? The relation between the tables are tblUserProfileData.UserId and aspnet_Users.UserId.

I need to set tblUserProfileData.Payment = '0' where aspnet_Users.ApplicationId = 'aca98bd7-4fee-4bf3-7d21-3b88c9457d57'


This is a select statement that returns all users where I need to set tblUserProfileData.Payment = '0':

SELECT     tblUserProfileData.UserId, tblUserProfileData.Payment, aspnet_Users.ApplicationId
FROM         tblUserProfileData INNER JOIN
                      aspnet_Users ON tblUserProfileData.UserId = aspnet_Users.UserId
WHERE     (aspnet_Users.ApplicationId = 'aca98bd7-4fee-4bf3-7d21-3b88c9457d57')
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Question by:webressurs
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by:Pratima Pharande
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Update A

Set A.Payment = '0'
FROM         tblUserProfileData A INNER JOIN
                      aspnet_Users ON A.UserId = aspnet_Users.UserId
WHERE     (aspnet_Users.ApplicationId = 'aca98bd7-4fee-4bf3-7d21-3b88c9457d57')
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by:webressurs
ID: 36598294
pratima_mcs: When I run the SQL I get the following error:

Column or expression 'Payment' cannot be updated.
SQL Execution Error.
Error Source: .Net.SqlClient Data Provider
Error Message: Invalid object name 'A'

Any clue?
Thanks :)
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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are you sure you put the table alias A

Update A

Set A.Payment = '0'
FROM         tblUserProfileData A INNER JOIN
                      aspnet_Users ON A.UserId = aspnet_Users.UserId
WHERE     (aspnet_Users.ApplicationId = 'aca98bd7-4fee-4bf3-7d21-3b88c9457d57')
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by:webressurs
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Thank you :)
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