Update Specific Rows Oracle Tutorial Example

How To Update Specific Rows In Oracle Database Tutorial Example

Run MS-DOS command prompt then copy & paste the below code to update specific row data from a table in Oracle Database Server Tutorial Example

-- CONNECT as TUTORIAL
-- i am using sqlplus as client. you can use anything as you like.
 
   UPDATE test SET TestID=22 WHERE TestName='Michael';
      -- that's it!! TestID column of all rows of Oracle database table "test" have/has been updated
      -- whose TestName value is "Michael"

      -- is comment in Oracle
      -- in fact it is comment in MSSQL and MySQL as well
   

How To Update Specific Rows In Oracle Database Tutorial Example - Result in MS-DOS SQLPLUS Client Tools

 

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