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The following example modifies the data in the Sales Staff table by changing the value of the Sales Quota column to 250000.

Notice that I first specify the UPDATE keyword, followed by the name of the table-Sales Staff.

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This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. Hi All This sort of leads on from another post of mine: COuld anyone advise me on what the SQL syntax would be to update 1 row with another rows data within the same table. UPDATE TABLE1 (COL1, COL2, COL3) WHERE COL1 = 7 With the data from TABLE1 (COL1, COL2, COL3) WHERE COL1 = 4 Many thanks!

In the following UPDATE statement, I modify only the rows that have a Territory Name value of United Kingdom: As you can see, I specify in the SET clause that the Territory Name value should be changed to UK.However, because the WHERE clause is also included, only the rows that currently have a value of United Kingdom are changed, which in this case, is only one row.In most cases, when using Transact-SQL to modify data in a SQL Server database, you issue an UPDATE statement that changes specific values.You can issue an UPDATE statement against a table or updateable view, as long as the statement modifies data in only one base table at a time.That means that you can be as specific in one clause as necessary.For example, in the following UPDATE statement, I modify the row with the Full Name value of Stephen Jiang: As you can see, the WHERE clause limits the rows being updated to those that include the Full Name value of Stephen Jiang (again, only one row).By using an UPDATE statement, you can modify data in individual rows, sets of rows, or all rows in a table.