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comment Bulk update of all columns
If that's the case, then I'll accept this answer. Shame though that postgresql doesn't allow a similar short syntax. Maybe I could request it? if so where?
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comment Bulk update of all columns
This is closest to what i'm looking for, updated my question with a note regarding the mapping of columns. in the meantime this will work if not a bit more verbose when you have many columns
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comment Bulk update of all columns
The INSERT was showing the data format I was given to update with.
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comment Bulk update of all columns
i'm after an update not upsert.
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