Updating sql tables when joined
My suggestion was towards , not loosing great amount of time.
In other words, a target row shouldn't join to more than one row from the other table(s).Joins allow you to link data from two or more tables together into a single query result--from one single SELECT statement.A "Join" can be recognized in a SQL SELECT statement if it has more than one table after the FROM keyword.(This is because the order in which the rows are updated determines which rows are ignored.) Such statements produce a warning in the error log when using statement-based mode and are written to the binary log using the row-based format when using mode.(Bug #11758262, Bug #50439) See Section 220.127.116.11, “Determination of Safe and Unsafe Statements in Binary Logging”, for more information.Also it doesn't matter much if some other client does something broken, that does not mean Heidi should do the same broken stuff. @Bubikol Ramios: you've made the wrong assumption that "Heidi SQL knows from which table that field comes".
I've never heard that the My SQL server sends any piece of metadata with such info. My SQLFreeware/tabid/561/tols/master/detail browser add table from query/paste query (the one from above, with many joins) there/under query/ click green button so it executes and you see resultset If you try to edit now, it does not let you just like HSQL.
forinstance select from a join b on = In resultset I would like to manualy correct 'text' field. Doh I see no reason for it as I suppose HSQL knows from which table that field comes.
I know that can be done somehow , I saw it beeing done in some similar software, I think it was/is named TOAD SQL or something similar. UPDATE b SET text='newvalue' WHERE text='oldvalue' Oh you are crazy, man. But to enlight you, how big pain in ass (not having this), can be: real example; Gqx/There is one null in right most column, but there are a couple more.
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For example: Joins can be explained easier by demonstrating what would happen if you worked with one table only, and didn't have the ability to use "joins".