Update Using Join

Jan 29, 2015

set ecomm = 1
from sku
join invt
on sku.style = invt.style
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I keep getting an error using this query. It keeps failing at the "FROM" portion. What I want to do is update column ECOMM within table SKU if the STYLE has been received on a certain date.

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Jun 30, 2004

Hi all,

Can someone please help me with this update statement?
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SELECT Query that returns IDs from Search criteria

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Best Greetings,

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or shall it be

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SE' at line 4


I from Turkey, Thank You...

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(((tblHistory.CheckAmount) Is Null Or
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SQL conversion:
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1NULLParam1 0
1NULLParam2 F
1NULLParam3 2
3NULLParam1 0
3NULLParam2 E
3NULLParam3 0
5NULLParam1 0
5NULLParam2 F
5NULLParma3 2

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100param1 0
101param1 1
102param1 2
103param1 3
104param1 4
105param2 E
106param2 F
107param2 H
108param2 HF
109param2 HS
110param2 L
111param2 LS
112param3 0
113param3 1
114param3 2
115param3 3
116param3 4
117param3 5
118param3 6

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