SQL query INSERT values into column you want

SQL query you can use for both INSERT into values and SELECT. This query mostly used in testing regions while you are working Data Warehousing project or any development project.

The Query INSERT and SELECT

The simple syntax is


INSERT INTO table_name(column_values1,coulumn_values2)

values(name1,name2);

SELECT * FROM table_name; 

The above query is more than enough to learn. The real advantage is you can insert values as many as you want and you can see the data you entered.

Real SQL query


CREATE TABLE SRNI_TABLE(NAME CHAR (10),ROLE CHAR(10));

INSERT INTO SRNI_TABLE(NAME,ROLE) VALUES('SRINI','ENGINEER');

SELECT * FROM SRNI_TABLE; 

Result

NAME,     ROLE
=====     ====
SRINIMF  SOFTWARE 
SRINIMF  SOFTWARE 
SRINIMF  SOFTWARE 
SRINI    ENGINEER

The benefits of INSERT and SELECT

  • You can avoid mistakes
  • Saves time again to re-check the values

References

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Author: Srini

Experienced software developer. Skills in Development, Coding, Testing and Debugging. Good Data analytic skills (Data Warehousing and BI). Also skills in Mainframe.

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