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MySQL; update on two tables

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I need to replace the c.EXTRA_ID in the ccode table with the e.EXTRA_ID in the extra table.

extra
+----------------------------------------------
| EXTRA_ID | JOB_ID | JobID      | ExtraID    |
|  1000953 |  55418 | 12-15-0001 | 801        |

ccode
+------------------------------------------------------------------
| CCODE_ID | JOB_ID | EXTRA_ID | SCCODE_ID | JobID      | ExtraID |
|   803064 |  55418 |   680999 |        36 | 12-15-0001 | 801     |

UPDATE ccode c, extra e
SET c.EXTRA_ID = e.EXTRA_ID
WHERE e.JOB_ID = c.JOB_ID  AND e.ExtraID = c.ExtraID AND c.EXTRA_ID = 1000954;

When I run it it say it was successful, but it doesn't update c.EXTRA_ID

Query: update ccode c, extra e set c.EXTRA_ID = e.EXTRA_ID where e.JOB_ID = c.JOB_ID and e.ExtraID = c.ExtraID and c.EXTRA_ID = 1000953

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