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pls some one tell that how to update all records in stored procedure like i have a table called employee. and the column in that table are empid, gender. in gender column the stored data is male and female both. i need to write the stored procedure to update all recoreds where gender=male to replace like gender=female.

basically update female records to male.

Pls help me to solve the problem.
Posted 14-Feb-13 2:08am

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I'm not sure why you need to do this but given you say you want to do this.
You don't necessarily need a stored procedure. The T-SQL to do the update is:

UPDATE employee SET gender ='male' WHERE gender = 'female'

You can create a SP if you want:

    UPDATE employee SET gender ='male' WHERE gender = 'female'

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