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I want to update the username john to have all the same attributes in resourceaccessmap as jason. I can't figure out how to do it and am sure I am missing something simple. The update/union statements I have tried have bombed, but I at least tried on the lab vm, first :0

use database
select * from resourceaccessmap
where username = 'jason'

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Well That was fun
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hmm, Second try on file
CloneRow.sql
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