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You can use joins in DELETE, UPDATE and INSERT statements, as well as in SELECT statements. You can update some cursors that contain joins if the ansi_update_constraints option is set to Off. This is the default for databases created before SQL Anywhere version 7. For databases created in version 7 or later, the default is Cursors. See ansi_update_constraints option [compatibility].
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