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Need help with a query please


Need help with a query please

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Dominic Gagné
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ID   lotCode   lotCurrentQty   lotNetWeight   NbPal    spCode
64   0113047522003   0    0 0    NULL
10   0113047522003   16    516    1    SP0113000033
11   0113047522003   14    457    1    SP0113000034
65   0113047522004   0    0    0    NULL
12   0113047522004   19    480    1    SP0113000033
13   0113047522004   21    526    1    SP0113000034
19   0113047522004   29    670    1    SP0113000034

let's assume this recordset as an example. I need to update the fields lotCurrentQty, lotNetWeight and NbPal to zero for all the other instances of spCode, but the first one. In this case, row ID 12 (related to row ID 10) and row ID 13 and 19 (related to row 11) should be update to 0. How can I do that??

It's a SQL 2000.

thanks a lot for your time and help
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In order to help we will need a few things:

1. Sample DDL in the form of CREATE TABLE statements
2. Sample data in the form of INSERT INTO statements
3. Expected results based on the sample data

Please take a few minutes and read the first article in my signature for best practices when posting questions.

Also, you said something about the "first" one. There is no concept of order in a table. If you want an order you have to define it. That means there must be something to order by.

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Just check if you are looking some thing like this Query,


update testtable1
set lotCurrentQty = 0,
lotNetWeight = 0 ,
NbPal = 0
where id not in (
Select * from testtable1
where spcode is not null
group by spCode)




But Please do prepare some DDL and INSERT statements as Sean Lange mentioned, will help us to help you.
Dominic Gagné
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yeah, it's something like that! I'll work around that! thanks!
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