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Re: Delete ... where ... Select Query
Posted by: Thomas CORBIERE
Date: August 20, 2007 12:46AM

Hello,

The problem is that in the subquery you return the "id" column instead of
the "idMaster" column (I assume this is the foreign key).

You could rewrite it to something like :

DELETE FROM Master
WHERE id = 7
AND id NOT IN (SELECT idMaster FROM Details)


Regards,

Thomas CORBIERE

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