RE: SQL dummy
Date: Fri, 6 Mar 2009 12:34:36 -0500
> From: Robertson Lee - lerobe
> I realise I have to somehow pull the table values from the
> tables and the literal from dual but I cannot figure out how.
Why? You can always add a literal to your selct statement. Try this without the insert portion to test that it giv4es what you want.
INSERT INTO lr_build
num_build, task_type, task_name, task_status
SELECT v.num_build num_build,
v.task_type task_type, v.task_name task_name, 'N Started' task_status
FROM lr_task_stat v, leecvl c
WHERE c.VARIABLE_VALUE = 'P' AND c.NUM_BUILD = v.num_build AND c.TASK_TYPE = v.TASK_TYPE AND c.TASK_NAME = v.TASK_NAME
AND NOT EXISTS
(SELECT 1 from lr_build b
WHERE b.NUM_BUILD = c.NUM_BUILD AND b.TASK_TYPE = c.TASK_TYPE AND b.TASK_NAME = c.TASK_NAME)
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