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If you can't do it manually, the query can't make the change either. This can be due to several reasons: The database file is set to ReadOnly. None of the data can be modified. Change this at the Windows level. If the database is on a CD, copy it to your hard disk. If you're using Access workgroup security, you may not have rights to edit the data. In this case, login as the administrator or with a user name and password that gives you the appropriate rights. If the tables is linked, you may not have rights to modify the data on the backend data source. Assuming you can edit your table, your query may fail and display this error message when you run it: Let suppose that someone has accidentally updated all esqlSalesPerson.

City column values to NULL! How can we easily repopulate this data without having to retype it in? Knowing that esqlSalesPerson was originally populated by information from Sales we use knowledge to set up a query that pumps data from vSalesPerson into esqlSalesPerson.

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City with the matched record. You can run the following to do so and then verify all cities are NULL. In our case the join condition is e. So, once we have the join, the last bit of business to it do tqble update. We simply set City to its match counterpart, v. City, and form is well. Suppose the SalesLastYear figures were found to be incorrect and needed to be adjusted by five percent. You can easily adjust the values using the following statement: Sure, you could run a query before the update, one after the update, and then compare, but rather than doing all of that we can use the OUTPUT clause to log the changes directly into a table.

The complete script to run to log the output into a temporary table is: We do this using the following command in our script: SalesLastYear INTO UpdateLog As each row is updated, the special column prefix values deleted and inserted provide a means to see the value before and after the update respectively. The old sales value exists in deleted. SalesLastYear contains the newly updated value.