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SQL-Aktualisierungsabfragesyntax mit innerem Join

Kann jemand meinen Fehler in dieser Abfrage finden? Ich verwende SQL Server 2000 und möchte alle Einträge in der CostEntry-Tabelle auf den entsprechenden Wert in der ActiveCostDetails-Tabelle aktualisieren. Die where-Klausel DOES funktioniert mit einer select-Anweisung.

    UPDATE CostEntry CE 
INNER JOIN ActiveCostDetails As AD ON CostEntry.lUniqueID = ActiveCostDetails.UniqueID
       SET CostEntry.sJobNumber = ActiveCostDetails.JobNumber
     WHERE CostEntry.SEmployeeCode = '002'
       AND SubString(CostCentre, 1, 1) = sDepartmentCode
       AND substring(CostCentre, 3, 1) = sCategoryCode
       AND substring(CostCentre, 5, 2) = sOperationCode
21
MAW74656

Die Variable SET muss vor dem Abschnitt FROM\JOIN\WHERE der Abfrage stehen.

UPDATE CE
SET sJobNumber = AD.JobNumber
FROM CostEntry CE 
    INNER JOIN ActiveCostDetails As AD 
        ON CE.lUniqueID = AD.UniqueID
WHERE CE.SEmployeeCode = '002'
    AND SubString(CostCentre, 1, 1) = sDepartmentCode
    AND substring(CostCentre, 3, 1) = sCategoryCode
    AND substring(CostCentre, 5, 2) = sOperationCode
50
Joe Stefanelli

Das sollte funktionieren

UPDATE CE
SET CostEntry.sJobNumber = ActiveCostDetails.JobNumber
FROM CostEntry CE 
INNER JOIN ActiveCostDetails As AD ON CostEntry.lUniqueID = ActiveCostDetails.UniqueID       
     WHERE CostEntry.SEmployeeCode = '002'
       AND SubString(CostCentre, 1, 1) = sDepartmentCode
       AND substring(CostCentre, 3, 1) = sCategoryCode
       AND substring(CostCentre, 5, 2) = sOperationCode
1
SKh