Like all Publisher API requests, you’ll want to make sure you’re: ).
Before we get into how to update rows, let’s review how you access individual rows.
If you specify an empty access list, you will revoke access to everyone except yourself; you cannot remove all owners from a dataset.
You can set this property when inserting or updating a dataset.
will be checked for a key matching the name of a column to be created, and the given SQLAlchemy column type will be used.
Otherwise, the type is guessed from the row value, defaulting to a simple unicode field.
from sql.unitedstates; 114000 North America 14FEB1912 Arkansas Little Rock 2447996 53200 North America 15JUN1836 California Sacramento 31518948 163700 North America 09SEP1850 Colorado Denver 3601298 104100 North America 01AUG1876 Connecticut Hartford 5500 North America 09JAN1788 Delaware Dover 707232 2500 North America 07DEC1787 District of Colum Washington 612907 100 North America 21FEB1871 Florida Tallahassee 13814408 65800 North America 03MAR1845 The UPDATE statement updates values in the SQL. The WHERE clause ensures that only the rows in SQL. NEWPOP are updated, by checking each value of Name against the list of state names that is returned from the in-line view.
Population Data state Population ----------------------------------------------- Texas 20,851,820 Georgia 8,186,453 Washington 5,894,121 Arizona 5,130,632 Alabama 4,447,100 Oklahoma 3,450,654 Connecticut 3,405,565 Iowa 2,926,324 West Virginia 1,808,344 Idaho 1,293,953 Maine 1,274,923 New Hampshire 1,235,786 North Dakota 642,200 Alaska 626,932 proc sql; title 'UNITEDSTATES'; update sql.unitedstates as u set population=(select population from sql.newpop as n where u.name=n.state) where in (select state from sql.newpop); select Name format=., Capital format=., Population, Area, Continent format=., Statehood format=date9. UNITEDSTATES table, the in-line view in the SET clause returns a single value. NEWPOP, this value is the value of the Population column from SQL. For rows that do not have a corresponding row in SQL. In both cases, the returned value is assigned to the Population column.