;) table_foobar ( foobar_id, member_id, question_id, answer One, answer Two, answer Three, answer Four ) //Multiple questions for a single foobar Main survey.
The following My SQL statement will update pub_lang column with NULL if purch_price is more than 50.
Hi Site Point members I have been perusing through the solutions for "updating multiple rows with one query", but I have a pressing question: How would one "SET" multiple column values with one query?
Here is my example..normal update command would be: // question ID ranges from 1-20 // $questionid == 1, $member_id==1 UPDATE table_Foo Bar SET answer One='$ans1Val', answer Two='$ans2Val', answer Three='$ans3Val' WHERE member_id='$memberid' AND question_id='$questionid'; // $questionid == 2, $member_id==1 UPDATE table_Foo Bar SET answer One='$ans1Val', answer Two='$ans2Val', answer Three='$ans3Val' WHERE member_id='$memberid' AND question_id='$questionid'; ..
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When i use three seperate UPDATE commands, one for each column, FUNNILY, the first and the third columns get updated, and for some GOD KNOWS WHAT reason, the second column just refuses to change...