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Re: SQL statment from Sybase SqlAnywhere 11 to MySql
Posted by: Claude Veigas
Date: July 18, 2010 06:53AM

Hey Alex,
Try and run the subquery on it's own and you may notice that it returns more than 1 row.

A subquery in an update statement HAS to return only 1 row to work.

Cheers,
Claude

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