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I have the following syntax for Update Inner Join:

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  1. UPDATE RuleDetail 
  3. SET RuleDetail.Function_involved = MasterUpload.Function_involved 
  5. FROM RuleDetail
  7. INNER JOIN MasterUpload 
  9. ON RuleDetail.Rule_description = MasterUpload.Rule_description
However, when I am trying to run it, I am getting an error message -

"Syntax error (missing operator)in query expression 'MasterUpload.F unction_involve d

FROM RuleDetail

INNER JOIN MasterUpload

ON RuleDetail.Rule _description = MasterUpload.Ru le_description' ."

Could you please advise where I am going wrong here?

Mar 21 '12
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I guess, because Process.Process ID field is a autonumber field.
You can believe it. If, as you say, Process.Process ID is an AutoNumber field, then it certainly could not be updated.

When I run the SQL with the change as above, I get this message - "You are about to update 0 row(s)....".
The SQL is fine, but I suspect there is something else awry with what you've told us. Recent posts have started to indicate a consistent situation that makes sense. Unfortunately, this indicates it's not a completely accurate representation of your real position. SOmething is not right, but I'm afraid I can't tell you what that is as I don't have the information from you with which to determine what that might be. All I can say is that there appear to be no records selected which match the criteria specified. Hopefully, that will be enough to get you looking in the right direction at least.
Mar 26 '12 #21

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