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i have a table statistics :

with fiELD day, CURRDATE REQPORT  TOTALS

I WANT TO UPDATE TOTALS EVERY ON HOURRS USING SQL AGENT

I HAVE A VIEW SELECT

I WANT TO UPDATE THE VALUE OF TOTALS FROM THIS VIEWS

UPDATE STATISTICS SET TOTALS = ( )
WHERE CURRDATE = XX AND REQPORT =

FROM ( SELECT CURRATE,REQPORT,TOTALS FROM MYVIEW )
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Question by:afifosh
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by:Habib Pourfard
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UPDATE  [STATISTICS]
SET     TOTALS = T.Totals
FROM    (SELECT CURRATE, REQPORT, TOTALS FROM MYVIEW) T
WHERE   CURRDATE = XX
        AND REQPORT = T.REQPORT

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by:sognoct
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update t1 
set totals =t2.totals
from STATISTICS t1
INNER JOIN (SELECT CURRATE, REQPORT, TOTALS FROM MYVIEW)  t2 ON t1.CURRDATE = t2.currate AND t1.report = t2.reqport

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by:Anthony Perkins
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Or simply:
UPDATE  s
SET     TOTALS = v.TOTALS
FROM    [STATISTICS] s
        INNER JOIN MYVIEW v ON s.REQPORT = v.REQPORT
WHERE   s.CURRDATE = XX 

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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
ID: 38729278
If you also need to join to CURRDATE do it this way:
UPDATE  s
SET     TOTALS = v.TOTALS
FROM    [STATISTICS] s
        INNER JOIN MYVIEW v ON s.REQPORT = v.REQPORT AND s.CURRDATE = v.CURRDATE
WHERE   s.CURRDATE = XX 

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