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I'm trying to UPDATE multiple rows in a single statement. I've seen some examples but to me they don't seem to apply to my scenario. Below is my original SQL:

UPDATE AIM.AIMRetrieve dItem
SET ImageFront=NULL ,
ImageFrontSize= NULL,
ImageFrontType= NULL,
ImageBackSize=N ULL,
ImageBackType=N ULL
WHERE AIM.AIMRetrieve dItem.ArchiveRe trievalID = (SELECT

When I run this query, I get the multiple recordset error.

I would welcome any suggestions or ideas on how to rectify the problem.

Thanks in advance...
Nov 12 '05
10 13027
Also take a look at the MERGE statement. It doesn't require the double

Serge Rielau
DB2 SQL Compiler Development
IBM Toronto Lab
Nov 12 '05 #11

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