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Adding Row in existing table (SQL Server 2005)

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#1 daredavel


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 08:20 AM



I want to add another row in my existing table and I'm a bit hesitant if I'm doing the right thing because it might skew the database. I have my script below and would like to hear your thoughts about it.


I want to add another row for 'Jane' in the table, which will be 'SKATING" in the ACT column.


Table: [Emp_table].[ACT].[LIST_EMP]



My script is:



('REG','EMP','45233','2016-06-20 00:00:00:00','2','SKATING','JANE')


Will this do the trick? Thank you

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#2 KingDavidlll


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Posted 12 August 2016 - 09:25 PM

Looks all good.  I can't say 100% whether it is good as not sure what the types are of those fields.


To be honest unless you're working on a live system just try it.  If you are then clone the database (dump and reload into a new one), then try it and see if you're happy with the result.

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