Manipulating data Updating records

256. Updating records

You may have noticed that the records we inserted in the previous lesson have a lot of empty columns. That could cause a lot of problems in our reporting so let’s update these records in this lesson.

Let’s start with a simple UPDATE query that sets the value of the created_at column:

We could also update multiple columns at once:

We should see the changes after refreshing the table:

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