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Posted Monday, September 24, 2007 7:24 AM
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HI,

I run a case management database which holds records for clients that my company works with. (MS SQL 2000 Server back end MS Access XP front End).

The database has a client table which holds all the details about the clients we work with there is also a table which holds case notes for each of the clients. I want to add a specific note to a particular list of clients which I have produced as a select query this has then been imported into a new table on which the update will be based.

In short I want all the clients mentioned in this temporary table to have a case note automatically entered for them into the notes table.

Any help with this would be great.

Cheers,

Neall
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Posted Monday, September 24, 2007 7:39 AM
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Start by looking up "INSERT" in BOL.
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typically, to insert multiple rows, you use a select statement to insert the data.

a simple example might be:

INSERT INTO SOMETABLE(ID,NOTES)

SELECT

CustomerId,

'This is a default note that you need to pay for your account by friday'

 From #Temp

Where paymentmade <> 1

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