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update SALESLINE set OrderStatus = 1
from SALESLINE  as a
inner join SALESTABLE as d
on a.SALESID = d.SALESID
where a.ORDERSTATUS = 9
and d.ORDSTATUS = 0;

For the statement above, a group of Sales transaction (with same SALESID) and include either OrderStatus =9 or 0, it's OrderStatus will be updated with OrderStatus = 1.

Am I correct ?

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 167 total points
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no. it will update to 1 if the status was 9, and a orderline status of 0 exists
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Hi

from which table is the order status a or d

and use Or insteat of And if you want either 0 or 9

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by:Scott Pletcher
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No.  It will update to 1 if the order status is 0 and any line with order line status = 9 exists.
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