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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 6 2002 2:42am
Subject:Re: str concat
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At 21:42 +0000 8/5/02, joe speigle wrote:
>hi,
>this is an sql question dealing with query syntax:
>here's the problem child:
>(insert into table2 values select (col_1,col_2...) from otherdb.table1):
>insert into credit_cards 
>(card_no,name,address,zip,phone1,phone2,description) values select 
>ref_no,
>name,street || city, zip,phone1, phone2,description from 
>address_book.business;
>(I want to change the two columns in table1 (address_book) into one 
>column for insertion).
>not that this does not work:
>insert into credit_cards 
>(card_no,name,address,zip,phone1,phone2,description) values select 
>ref_no,  name,concat(street,city), zip,phone1, phone2,description 
>from address_book.business;
>has anybody done this operation before?

None of your queries look like anything legal.  I suggest you study the
allowable INSERT INTO ... SELECT syntax as described in the manual:

http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/INSERT_SELECT.html

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>joe
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str concatjoe speigle6 Aug
  • Re: str concatPaul DuBois6 Aug