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  1. #1
    Cojack is offline Novice
    Windows 7 Access 2007
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    Combine insert into syntax


    I know how to insert values into a table and I know how to insert the results of a select statement into a table.
    But is it possible to combine these two methode in MS Access?

    Something like this???
    INSERT INTO Group (groupID, memberID )
    VALUES("1234",(SELECT memberID FROM members WHERE membergroup = '1234'))

    Many thanks


  2. #2
    weekend00 is offline I may not be right
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    Yes, you can. just put the value as a select field:
    INSERT INTO Group (groupID, memberID )
    SELECT "1234" as groupID, memberID FROM members WHERE membergroup = '1234'

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