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Let's see the syntax of SQL UPDATE query with JOIN statement.CREATE TABLE table1 (column1 INT, column2 INT, column3 VARCHAR (100)) INSERT INTO table1 (col1, col2, col3) SELECT 1, 11, 'FIRST' UNION ALL SELECT 11,12, 'SECOND' UNION ALL SELECT 21, 13, 'THIRD' UNION ALL SELECT 31, 14, 'FOURTH' CREATE TABLE table2 (column1 INT, column2 INT, column3 VARCHAR (100)) INSERT INTO table2 (col1, col2, col3) SELECT 1, 21, 'TWO-ONE' UNION ALL SELECT 11, 22, 'TWO-TWO' UNION ALL SELECT 21, 23, 'TWO-THREE' UNION ALL SELECT 31, 24, 'TWO-FOUR' Our requirement is that we have table 2 which has two rows where Col 1 is 21 and 31.
We’ll briefly explore both options so you can find what works best for you.
Before reading this post you may want to get familiar with our post about SQL INSERT Statement.
We can expand the Edit tab from the Main Menu and opt for “Preferences”.
On the left-hand side of the window that pops up, choose the “SQL Editor” section.
The most easiest and common way is to use join clause in the update statement and use multiple tables in the update statement.