The Derived Table
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In this part of the temporary data store tip series we look at using subqueries to select data as well as how to use for inserts, updates and deletes.
This stairway level will expand on the subquery topic by discussing a type of subquery known as a correlated subquery, and explores what a correlated subquery is and how it is different from a normal subquery.
2019-05-08 (first published: 2014-03-05)
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