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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Query and modify data » Joins: Retrieving data from several tables » How joins work


Joins in delete, update, and insert statements

You can use joins in DELETE, UPDATE, INSERT, and 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 7. For databases created with version 7 or later, the default is Cursors.

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