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The INSERT statement allows you to add new rows to a table. The UPDATE statement allows you to make changes to the existing data in a table. It allows you not only to modify the value in a column, it also allows you to add or remove a value from a single column in the table without affecting the rest of the row being modified. The DELETE statement allows you to remove one or more rows from a table.
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Lesson 1: Modifying Data by Using INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE Statements
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Lesson 2: enhancing DML Functionality with the OUTPUT clause and MERGE Statement
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You can use the OUTPUT clause and MERGE statement to enhance the functionality provided by DML statements. The OUTPUT clause allows you to return information from rows affected by an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement. With this functionality, you can perform additional tasks more cleanly based on the information provided. These tasks can include confirmation e-mails, data auditing, and similar duties. The MERGE statement provides you with the ability to perform an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE operation on a target table based on a set of rules that are determined by a row comparison between the target table and a source table.
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After this lesson, you will be able to:
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Use the OUTPUT clause to return information from inserted, deleted, or modified rows. Use the MERGE statement to perform INSERTS, UPDATES, or DELETES based on a comparison between two tables.
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Estimated lesson time: 30 minutes
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Using the OUTPUT Clause
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The OUTPUT clause gives you the ability to access the inserted and deleted tables that in versions previous to SQL Server 2005 were accessible only through triggers. Because of this, some of the functionality that was previously performed through triggers can be handled by stored procedures instead, removing the need for certain triggers.
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There are both benefits and limitations to consider when deciding whether to provide functionality through stored procedures and triggers. For more information about triggers and stored procedures, see 5.
OUTPUT Clause Syntax
The OUTPUT clause syntax can be included with any INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement. The syntax specific to the OUTPUT clause follows:
<OUTPUT_CLAUSE> ::= { [ OUTPUT <dml_select_list> INTO { @table_variable | output_table } [ ( column_list ) ] ] [ OUTPUT <dml_select_list> ] } <dml_select_list> ::=
Modifying Data The INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, and MERGE Statements
{ <column_name> | scalar_expression } [ [AS] column_alias_identifier ] [ ,...n ]
<column_name> ::= { DELETED | INSERTED | from_table_name } . { * | column_name } | $action
OUTPUT Clause Samples
There are many functions that can be fulfilled by using the OUTPUT clause. Several examples are included next.
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The OUTPUT clause query samples use the Northwind database. You can find scripts to create the sample data along with the queries presented in the text among the accompanying sample files in the 2/TextSamples folder.
Many environments need to record data inserts to an audit table. For the following example, the company wants to be able to run reports identifying how many rows are inserted during different periods of time. The business requirements specify that the date the row was inserted, along with the primary key identifier from the source table, should be included in a special auditing table that is used to run these reports. One way to accomplish this is with the OUTPUT clause. For this example, the Audit table includes an AuditID column, which is an identity column; an InsertedDate column, which contains the date the row was inserted; and the InsertedID column, which contains the primary key value from the row inserted into the table being audited. The following command adds a new row to the Employees table, and also adds a corresponding row with the current date and time and the EmployeeID for the new employee into the Audit table:
INSERT INTO Employees (LastName, FirstName, Title) OUTPUT getdate(), inserted.EmployeeID INTO Audit VALUES ('Ralls', 'Kim', 'Support Rep');
Another scenario involves data archiving. For example, suppose that a company wants to move all records for orders placed before December 1, 1997, from the Order Details table to the OrderDetailsArchive table. You can delete the rows from the Order Details table and move them to the OrderDetailsArchive table in a single step by using the following DELETE statement with the OUTPUT clause:
DELETE FROM [Order Details] OUTPUT deleted.* INTO OrderDetailsArchive FROM Orders join [Order Details] ON Orders.OrderID = [Order Details].OrderID WHERE OrderDate < '12-01-1997';
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