Update multiple row values to same row and different columns
This should work:
;with cte (rn, id, inst_id,
person_name, email) as (
select row_number() over (partition by inst_id
order by id) rn, *
person1 = cte1.person_name,
email1 = cte1.email,
person2 = cte2.person_name,
email2 = cte2.email
from firm f
left join cte cte1 on f.inst_id = cte1.inst_id and
cte1.rn = 1
left join cte cte2 on f.inst_id = cte2.inst_id and
cte2.rn = 2
The common table expression (cte) used as a
source for the update numbers rows in the person
table, partitioned by inst_id, and then the update
joins the cte twice (for top 1 and top 2).
Here's one idea - but I'm not certain that (my)sql is the best tool
for combinatorial problems...
DROP TABLE IF EXISTS my_table;
CREATE TABLE my_table
(id1 INT NOT NULL,id2 CHAR(3) NOT NULL,PRIMARY KEY(id1,id2));
INSERT INTO my_table VALUES
FROM my_table x
select rollno,name,fname, DATEPART(d,[date]) enterdate,attandance
This is giving me following output:-
You can then display this data in your gridview.
Your query is syntactically correct. That doesn't mean it does what
you want it to do.
It could be that you have no values in
for the records that meet the rest of the query conditions and thus
null is the correct value.
It could be that you have no valaues in the join tables for those
fields but you should have values, in which case there is
You are referencing a table called data_import with no from clause.
This is fixed using insert . . . select:
INSERT INTO stock_pricing (`STOCK_ID`, `DATE`, `LAST_CLOSE_DOM_CURR`)
SELECT DATA_IMPORT.STOCK_ID, DATA_IMPORT.DATE,
ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE
stock_pricing.STOCK_ID= DATA_IMPORT.STOCK_ID, stock_pricing.DATE=
hey Dont worry Its Easy and i m Sure u will do it..
Firstly u wrap all data in Form tag in HTML and just form tag action
use in call Action
and in that action have must required getter setter of that data.
u get all data automatically..surprise... ?? yes its Done.
i hope u got it.