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I often get asked that as it is possible to select two or more tables in a single SELECT statement, is it possible to UPDATE more than one table in a single table.
Before Delete with Inner Join After Delete with Inner Join Currently SQL server does not support deleting rows from both the tables using one delete statement like other RDBMS.
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To simplify syntax, T2 is an alias name for Table2, whose rows we want to update based on matching rows with Table1.
On clause specifies the column names to find matching rows between both tables using Inner Join.
ORG_NAME = @ORG_NAME from table1 A inner join table2 B on B.
Syntax for Delete with Inner Join To simplify syntax, T2 is an alias name for Table2, whose rows we want to delete based on matching rows with Table1.
SET specifies the Table2 column Name will be updated with values of Table1 name column.
Update with Inner Join Example In the example above, NULL values rows in Table2 are updated with Table1 rows based on a matching ID column.
Primary Key) T2 WITH T2 AS (SELECT *, ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY gender, birthdate ORDER BY primarykey) AS RN FROM #Table2) UPDATE T1 SET address = T2.address, phone2 = T2.phone FROM #Table1 T1 JOIN T2 ON T1.gender = T2.gender AND T1.birthdate = T2.birthdate AND T2.
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