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Subj:   Re: Creating tables 50% to 90% of columns as unique primary index
 
From:   Mark Jahnke

Hi:

FYI... The first example is from the SQL Assistant Help facility and the second is from the manual ==> SQL Reference: Data Manipulatiuon Statemants

     UPDATE phonelist SET FirstName='David'
     WHERE Number='440-3000'
     ELSE
     INSERT INTO  phonelist
     VALUES ('Bloggs', 'David', '440-3000', 0);


     UPDATE t1 SET y1 = 3
     WHERE x1 = 2
     ELSE INSERT t1(2, 3);

Mark Jahnke
Guardian Life
Teradata DBA



     
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