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Re: Update a row or insert if don´t exist
Posted by: Andrew Gilfrin
Date: June 16, 2005 06:52AM

Yep your right of course, I did find it in the docs after I posted.

However you said

"The update is actually completely independent from the insert, so in theory you could even do something in another table."

Thats doesn't seem to be the case. It trys the insert and if if fails it does the update using the key from the insert.

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