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Replace data in mysql with the same primary key

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Good day, I dont know how to start asking even my title in this question is a kind of confusing. Lets start with this

I have a table called member and reso with the same column called ID and resuNo

all i want is to replace all resuNo in table member using the resuNo in table reso without affecting other datas.

Example:

member ---------------- reso
ID = 1 ---------------- ID=1
resuNo= 01 ------------ resuNo=02

so it should look like this

member ---------------- reso
ID = 1 ---------------- ID=1
resuNo= 02 ------------ resuNo=02


I hope you understand :) thanks
Nov 19 '14 #1
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Rabbit
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Make an update query where you join the 2 tables on ID.
Nov 19 '14 #2

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