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Keep in mind that when updating data in columns whose data type is CHAR, VARCHAR, or VARBINARY, the padding or truncation of data depends upon the SET ANSI_PADDING setting.When SET ANSI_PADDING OFF then CHAR data types are padded with spaces, VARCHAR data types have trailing spaces removed, and VARBINARY have trailing zeros removed.There are several common reason an UPDATE statement may fail.Some of the common ones are: In these cases, the UPDATE statement execution stops and the UPDATE generates an error.In this example, we’re going to show you how to update’s column values based on a match to another table.The general form to use is: contains the update values; we use joins to do the matching.No rows from the UPDATE statement are saved into the table, even those rows that didn’t generate an error.

You can run the following to do so and then verify all cities are NULL. Sure, you could run a query before the update, one after the update, and then compare, but rather than doing all of that we can use the OUTPUT clause to log the changes directly into a table.Recall the INNER JOIN clause is used to match the rows from one table to another using a join condition. The complete script to run to log the output into a temporary table is: This statement defines a table with three columns and names the table variable @Update Log.The reason we’re using a table variable is temporary and will be removed once query session is closed.The "tiresome way" is standard SQL and how mainstream RDBMS do it. With a 100 columns, you mostly likely have a design problem...

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