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Copying all of the data from related tables

Copying all of the data from related tables

Copying all of the data from related tables

My db consists of some of these tables and fields:

Purch_Ord_Hdr table   Purch_Ord_Line table
Purch_Ord_No          Purch_Ord_Line_No
Revision_No           Purch_Ord_No
Status                Revision_No

FOB table

What I would like to do is select all of the data from all of these tables that relates to a specific Purch_Ord_No and Revision_No and insert the data into all of the tables.

I can do this for Purch_Ord_Hdr and Purch_Ord_Line using INSERT INTO SELECT statement and replacing the Revision_No, but I can not do this for the FOB as this is related at Purch_Ord_Line level. If I use the same technique for the FOB table what actual happens is that new records are added to the FOB table, but they relate to the old Purch_Ord_Line_No 's as oppossed to the new Purch_Ord_Line_No. Any suggestions would be appreciated

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