Updating two tables

Hi, I'm sure this is just a beginner's question, but I have been unable to find the answer elsewhere.

As I am indeed just a beginner (wrt SQL/sqlite), please bear with me... I guess I have to do something with last_insert_rowid(), but I'm not quite sure what exactly...

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However the script above gives the following output : drop table t succeeded.

After the tables have been created and the data added, changing or updating data in the tables becomes one of the day-to-day processes in maintaining a database.

At the same time, we will have a full control on the performed operation, which will be faster and easier to maintain.

Sometimes, solutions are easier than thought, and I believe this is the case.

SQL Server provides the following ways to change data in an existing table.

Describes the database application programming interfaces (APIs) that support options for updating data at the current position of a result set.

Now I get the message:"1: Table not found in statement [UPDATE Land]"Tha SELECT-line works fine as a query though and the two tables are matched together.

I've thought about that - f it could be a bug in Base.

There are 2 syntaxes for an update query in Oracle depending on whether you are performing a traditional update or updating one table with data from another table.

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