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Newbie : Updating a table from a query

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I have two tables

Table1 has three fields empid,elid, stats
Empid and Elid are unique
Table2 contains many values of empid,elid and apstatid

I need to do something like this
UPDATE Table1 SET Table1.stats= (SUM(Table2.apstatid)/COUNT(Table2.apstatid)) FROM
Table2 WHERE Table2.empid= Table1.empid AND Table2.elid= Table1.elid

How do I do it?

Thanks
Mar 1 '08 #1
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Delerna
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P: 1,134
You nearly had it!

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  1. UPDATE Table1 
  2. SET Table1.stats = 
  3. (   SELECT SUM(Table2.apstatid)/COUNT(Table2.apstatid)
  4.     FROM Table2 
  5.     WHERE Table2.empid= Table1.empid 
  6.          AND Table2.elid= Table1.elid 
  7. )
  8.  
Mar 2 '08 #2

P: 5
Thanks

That did it.

With a little help from Query Optimizer the 3.5hr operation not takes 3 secs :-)

Taoh
Mar 2 '08 #3

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