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Case statemants in an SQL update query


Case statemants in an SQL update query

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Hi,

I wanted to know what is the syntax for using case statements in an SQL update query. We are querying an Oracle Table from SQL Server.
I can use a normal update statement but am unable to do an update with a case statement.
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Sql Server syntax for updating using a case statement:

update table_1
set Datum2=(case when datum1='1' then 'One'
when datum1='2' then 'two'
when datum1='3' then 'three'
else 'four' end)
gints.plivna
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It is always worth to look in Oracle docs CASE Expressions

Gints Plivna
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Vijaya Kadiyala
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Hi
Check out the below link
http://oracle.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/oracle-dev-l/update-statement-with-case-854527

Thanks -- Vj
http://dotnetvj.blogspot.com

Thanks -- Vijaya Kadiyala
www.dotnetvj.com
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