I have a development environment with MySQL and a production environment with SQL Server. This update statement works with SQL Server: UPDATE THIS SET <list_of_column_assignments> FROM ...
I am working on simplifying a query originally written for Oracle 9i. In the process I changed the join syntax from the Oracle 9i syntax to ANSI. The names of the tables and columns have been changed ...
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I've read the following code a few times trying to figure out what it is doing. "A right outer join is that which returns the unmatched rows from the right tables with matched rows from the left ...