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I don't have to time to explain all of it at the moment but please explain where your data are stored. I read it is better to re-save them in format which I did and then loaded into Base.

The second query has the error that 'PILOT_BASIC'.'N_STATE' uses single quotes when it should use double quotes or be unquoted. They are currently showing up under "tables" per attachment They were brought in by doing -I don't know about the functionality of dbf files when connected to Base, but your description makes me think that is limiting your ability to do joins.

DATE I can do a select and retrieve the information from TABLE2, but I can't figure out how to update in a SQL statement. ************************************************************************** Notice of Confidentiality: This e-mail communication and the attachments hereto, if any, are intended solely for the information and use of the addressee(s) identified above and may contain information which is legally privileged and/or otherwise confidential.

I have 2 tables and I'm wanting to update the values in the first with the corresponding values in the second, e.g.

Because there are a number of SQL gurus out there (sorry about the off-topic): I have a table (TABLE1) containing the following (11K records): COST QUANTITY DATE MY_ID I have a second table (TABLE2) containing the following (360K records): COST QUANTITY DATE SEQ_ID I'm trying to update the TABLE1.

Second: Basically you want something like UPDATE some_table st SET (field1, field2) = (SELECT field1, field2 FROM other_table ot WHERE = st.key) WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 'Found' FROM other table ot WHERE = st.key) Three things to watch for: a) Make sure you include the exists, otherwise you'll end up replacing all records where you don't find a match with null b) Make sure the inner select only ever returns one row.

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If it is incorrect, then you can get wrong results.

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DATE I can do a select and retrieve the information from TABLE2, but I can't figure out how to update in a SQL statement. update table1 t1 set my_id = (select seq_id from table2 t2 where t2= t1and t2.quantity = t1.quantity and t2= t1.date) Just make sure that the subquery for table2 only returns one row when you join cost, quantity and date together to table1. Accordingly, you should consider sending communications to us which are particularly important or time-sensitive by means other than e-mail.

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If it is incorrect, then you can get wrong results. Ed [Team T] _____ From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Gerald Novak Sent: Monday, August 13, 2007 PM To: [hidden email] Subject: [toad] Updating a table from another table value Because there are a number of SQL gurus out there (sorry about the off-topic): I have a table (TABLE1) containing the following (11K records): COST QUANTITY DATE MY_ID I have a second table (TABLE2) containing the following (360K records): COST QUANTITY DATE SEQ_ID I'm trying to update the TABLE1. ************************************************************************** First: Toad SQL would be the correct group. DATE I can do a select and retrieve the information from TABLE2, but I can't figure out how to update in a SQL statement. update table1 t1 set my_id = (select seq_id from table2 t2 where t2= t1and t2.quantity = t1.quantity and t2= t1.date) Just make sure that the subquery for table2 only returns one row when you join cost, quantity and date together to table1. Accordingly, you should consider sending communications to us which are particularly important or time-sensitive by means other than e-mail. If you are not an addressee and have received this e-mail communication in error, please advise the sender of that circumstance either by reply e-mail or by telephone at (407) 384-8818 immediately delete this e-mail communication from any computer and destroy all physical copies of same.

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