There are some questions where the answer is no and that is totally fine.
I often get asked that as it is possible to select two or more tables in a single SELECT statement, is it possible to UPDATE more than one table in a single table.
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New dialects should typically specify this dictionary all at once as a data member of the dialect class.
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There is another way this one feature can be achieved is via transactions.
You can wrap your around your more than one UPDATE statement in a single transaction, this way if one or more statement fails, the entire transaction rolls back.
If not, I would love to know the reason, you want to update two more tables in a single statement. SQLAuthority.com)I’m stunned that this needs discussing in 2017.
There’s probably an article from 20 years covering this.