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Language: SQL Server
Expertise: Beginner
Jan 3, 2000



Application Security Testing: An Integral Part of DevOps

Updating the End Date Field

I have written the following SQL statement and want to update only the end date field (saaphy01.n5ajdd) in one file. How can I tell it in my query to do this?
select* from
where saaphy01.n5lwnb = actphy01.b1lwnb
and bahphy01.ibhxcd = actphy01.b1hxcd
and actphy01.b1lknb = bahphy01.iblknb
and actphy01.b1iast = 'D' and actphy01.b1mbnb between 3.00 and 3.18
and bahphy01.ibtidt = 1000101 and saaphy01.n5atcf = '00288'

Try this:

UPDATE saaphy01 
SET n5ajdd = MyValue 
followed by your where clause like this; 
WHERE saaphy01.n5lwnb = actphy01.b1lwnb 
AND bahphy01.ibhxcd = actphy01.b1hxcd 
AND actphy01.b1lknb = bahphy01.iblknb 
AND actphy01.b1iast = 'D' 
AND actphy01.b1mbnb between (3.00 and 3.18) 
AND bahphy01.ibtidt = 1000101 
AND saaphy01.n5atcf = '00288'
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