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How to add a default value of a column on insert into a table using TSQL
Currently I have a table with a few columns where I have a fill color called "Color_Previous" and default value white. Now, I want to add a default value of "Color_Previous" to every record and the color white to "Color_Current".
This is what I have so far, but I am getting syntax errors.
SET [Color_Previous]='White', [Color_Current]='#000000'
WHERE [column1] ='some value';
The UPDATE statement is used to update a row in a table. The SET is used to set a column to a value.
So you're telling the database that you want to update all rows of column Color_Previous to white and every column Color_Current to #000000.
This is of course wrong. You want to set only the columns that you intend to update. So you want something like this: