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Small Programmers SP Trick

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Hello,

I would like to create stored procedure witch is do next job:

1. I have some table ( field1, field2, field3 - all smallint )
2. My procedure will update this table with SQL statment UPDATE table SET field3 = field3 + 1 WHERE field1 = :f1 AND field2 = :f2
3. If field1 or field2 does not exist procedure dont use SELECT statment form, but automaticly insert fields somethin like INSERT INTO table :f1, :f2, :f3
4. Thanks for all answeres

Krshin

RE: Small Programmers SP Trick

if (EXISTS (SELECT * FROM mytable WHERE field1 = :f1 AND field2 = :f2) )
THEN UPDATE...
ELSE INSERT...

Martijn Tonies
Database Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase, Firebird, MySQL & MS SQL Server
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RE: Small Programmers SP Trick

(OP)
Thanks Martinjn, your the 1st !!!

Krshin

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