MySQL database -- add, delete and change

Hello, everyone, welcome to meet you. After the last two query summary posts, today I will sort out the addition, modification and deletion of the data table.

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INSERT statement

General grammar

Insert write record. It can be one record or multiple records

  • Insert into table name (field 1, field 2,...) VALUES (value 1, value 2 ).
  • INSERT INTO table name (field 1, field 2,...) VALUES (value 1, value 2 ), (value 1, value 2 );
INSERT INTO t_dept (deptno, dname, loc)
VALUES (50,'Technology Department','Beijing'),(60,'Logistics Department','Beijing'),(70,'Security Department','Beijing');

-- Add an employee record to the Technology Department, I just know he's the technology department,I don't know the number of Technology Department
(empno,ename, job,mgr,hiredate,sal,comm,deptno)
VALUES (8001,'Liu Na','SALESMAN',8000,'1988-12-20',2000,NULL,
(SELECT deptno FROM t_dept WHERE dname='Technology Department'));
-- Subquery can only be a single row and single column.

INSERT dialect grammar

Not universal [red]
mysql Dialect: INSERT INTO table name SET field 1 = value 1, field 2 = value 2

IGNORE statement

ignore keyword allows insert to insert only records that do not exist in the database

  • INSERT [IGNORE] INTO table name ;
    Case: 70 already exists (inserted above), now insert another 70 and 80, and remember to delete them after running
-- 70 Already existing,80 No,
INSERT IGNORE INTO t_dept ( deptno,dname,loc) 
values (70,'A','Beijing'),(80,'B','Shanghai');

UPDATE statement

The syntax for modifying records is as follows:
UPDATE [IGNORE] table name
SET field 1 = value 1, field 2 = value 2
[WHERE condition 1 ]- it's a condition modification
[ORDER BY... ]– change by order when written
[LIMIT... ]; – only the first paging record can be modified, such as limit 10, which represents the first ten entries

Cases & Exercises:

-- Case 1: Add one to each employee number and supervisor number
UPDATE t_emp SET empno=empno+1 , mgr=mgr+1

-- Case 2:Reduce the base salary of the top three monthly employees by 100,use LIMIT complete
UPDATE t_emp
SET sal = sal-100

update table link

  • Syntax: * * UPDATE table 1 JOIN table 2 on condition SET field 1 = value 1, field 2 = value 2 * *
  • Table linked UPDATE statement can modify records of multiple tables
  • Syntax: UPDATE table 1, table 2 set field 1 = value 1, field 2 = value 2 WHERE connection conditions
    Case study:
-- hold ALLEN Transfer to RESEARCH department,Position adjustment to ANALYST
-- e.deptno=d.deptno This sentence is to research Department number,Number assigned to Allen
UPDATE t_emp e  JOIN t_dept d
SET  e.deptno=d.deptno ,e.job='ANALYST' , d.loc="Beijing"
WHERE e.ename="ALLEN" AND d.dname="RESEARCH";

-- Employees whose base salary is lower than the average base salary of the company,Base salary increased by 150 yuan
-- Table link update
UPDATE  t_emp e JOIN (SELECT AVG(sal) AS avg FROM t_emp)t
ON e.sal <t.avg
SET e.sal =e.sal+150;
  • The table link of the update statement can be either internal or external
    UPDATE table 1 [LEFT | RIGHT] JOIN table 2 ON condition SET field 1 = value 1, field 2 = value 2 ;
    Case study:
-- The employee who has no department, or sales The employees whose department salary is less than 2000 yuan are all transferred to 20 departments
UPDATE t_emp e LEFT JOIN t_dept d ON e.deptno=d.deptno
SET  e.deptno = 20
WHERE e.deptno IS NULL  OR ( d.dname="SALES" AND e.sal<2000);

DELETE delete

Delete [ignore] from table name
**[WHERE condition 1, condition 2 * *
[ ORDER BY … ]Delete data after sorting
[LIMIT... ]Pagination

Internal connection

Case study:

-- Delete 10 departments,Employees with more than 20 years of service
FROM t_emp
WHERE deptno=10 AND DATEDIFF(now(),hiredate)/365>=20;

-- Delete 20 departments,Record of highest paid employees
WHERE deptno=20

-- delete SALES Department and all employee records of the Department,One delete Statement deletes records from two tables 
FROM t_emp e JOIN t_dept d ON e.deptno=d.deptno
WHERE d.dname='SALES';

-- Delete employee record of average base salary of each department
FROM t_emp e JOIN 
(SELECT deptno,AVG(sal) avgg
FROM t_emp GROUP BY deptno) t
ON e.deptno=t.deptno AND e.sal < t.avgg;

-- Delete staff KING Employee records with his direct reports,Implement with table link.
FROM t_emp  e JOIN
(SELECT  empno FROM t_emp WHERE ename='king') t
ON e.mgr=t.empno  OR e.empno=t.empno;

External connection

DELETE Table 1 FROM table 1 [left | right] join table 2 ON condition

Case study:

-- delete SALES Departmental staff,And employees without departments.
FROM t_emp e LEFT join t_dept d ON e.deptno=d.deptno
WHERE d.dname='SALES' OR e.deptno IS NULL;


Quickly delete all records in data table

  • DELETE statement is to DELETE records under the transaction mechanism. Before deleting records, first save the records to be deleted to the log file, and then DELETE the records
  • Truncate table table name;
-- TRUNCATE  TABLE Employee list

This article learned:

  • INSERT syntax
  • UPDATE syntax
  • DELETE syntax
  • Master the table link syntax in data update and deletion

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Posted on Tue, 14 Jan 2020 04:59:49 -0500 by azeem123456