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Doing an update on 2tables at once won't give inconsistent result.Changing an ID with foreign key to it, would mean use cascading or drop and recreate the foreign keys to it. Hi Wim, Thanks for submitting this, but like Adam, I'm having a hard time understanding the value here.Tweet Sometimes, when searching for an answer, we end up making things too much complicated, while easy solutions are just round the corner.
date&pg=RA2-PA177#v=onepage&q=multiple assignment c.j. From a resource cost, if you are running a relational model with multiple tables to get from the key table through to child of child, for example, and you want to update the top level parent plus the bottom level 2 nodes down, there would be a lot of value if it were possible.
Videos have more information than Audio (like thumbnails, etc), and so I made a separate table for video than I did for audio.
I was thinking that maybe there's a way to use a utility table with this.
However, loading one table is not as common as having to perform an incremental load of multiple tables.
When you perform an incremental load of multiple tables, some steps have to be performed once for all the tables, and other steps have to be repeated for each source table.
A natural progression to this would be the ability to do something like :select a.* into #tmpa, c.* into #tmpbfrommyparenttable a inner join mychildtable b on b.parentid = inner join mychildschildtable c on c.parentid = b.idwhere in (array of relevant identifiers)rather thanbeginselect * into #tmpafrom myparenttable a where id in (array of relevant identifiers)select c.* into #tmp from mychildschildtable c inner join mychildtable b on = c.parent_id inner join #tmpa on #= b.parent_id If you do a lot of batch programming ( I do), such facilities would be a massive improvement over the progressive dataset creation.