There is no limit to the number of predicates that can be included in a search condition.For more information about predicates and search conditions, see Search Condition (Transact-SQL). Table2; USE Adventure Works2012; GO IF OBJECT_ID ('dbo.If the UPDATE statement affects multiple records, to return the old and new values for each record, use the OUTPUT clause. This can be configured in ODBC data sources or by setting connection attributes or properties.Use caution when specifying the FROM clause to provide the criteria for the update operation. For more information, see SET ANSI_PADDING (Transact-SQL).Note Any call to OPENDATASOURCE, OPENQUERY, or OPENROWSET in the FROM clause is evaluated separately and independently from any call to these functions used as the target of the update, even if identical arguments are supplied to the two calls.
For more information, see @@ROWCOUNT (Transact-SQL). Variable names can be used in UPDATE statements to show the old and new values affected, but this should be used only when the UPDATE statement affects a single record. The Microsoft SQL Server ODBC driver and OLE DB Provider for SQL Server automatically set ANSI_PADDING ON for each connection.Table1 VALUES(1, 10.0), (1, 20.0); INSERT INTO dbo. Avoid using these data types in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use them.