Snowflake is the data warehouse platform that handles and store our data in a flexible, reliable, and transparent way. It enables us to easily update our data without migrating or recreating our database. In this blog, you will learn how to update your data in Snowflake.
Generally, we will update the rows that match a particular condition. We will update the rows by declaring the “
update sessions1 set start_date = ‘2022-05-03 11:15:13.430’ end_date = ‘2022-07-25 12:30:20.321’ where id = 2;
We use the following code to update multiple rows.
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update sessions1 set end_date = null where category = 2;
For updating all the rows in the Snowflake table, just use the “
UPDATE” statement without the “
update sessions1 set end_date = ‘2022-08-09 15:45:57.753’
To update multiple rows at a time, use the below code:
update sessions1 set start_date = ‘2022-09-09 15:50:57.625’ end_date = ‘2022-07-06 17:50:55.737’
This blog teaches you to update the data of a single row and multiple rows. We hope this blog provides you with the required information about updating the data in the Snowflake table. If you have any queries, let us know by commenting below.
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