Your best bet is to do this as a single, bulk operation if possible.
That way you can simply do an UPDATE ... WHERE EXISTS followed by an
INSERT ... SELECT ... WHERE NOT EXISTS.
On Fri, May 26, 2006 at 02:48:20PM -0400, Worky Workerson wrote:
> I've set up something similar the 'recommended' way to merge data into
> the DB, i.e.
> however I did it with a trigger on insert, i.e. (not my schema :) ):
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