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I am using PDO and have the PDO::ATTR_EMULATE_PREPARES => false set.  So it doesn't seem to allow for multiple query strings in a single query call.  Is there a way around this or a different method that is used in such circumstances?  I don't believe transactions is what I'm looking for cause the queries  wouldn't be dependent on each other in a certain order.  Just more for multiple INSERT or UPDATE kind of things.

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 Just more for multiple INSERT or UPDATE kind of things.

 

Multiple insert

INSERT INTO tablename (col1, col2) VALUES
(1, 'AAA'),(2,'BBB'),(3,'CCC');

Multiple update

UPDATE tablename
SET col2 =
    CASE id
         WHEN 1 THEN 'DDD'
         WHEN 2 THEN 'EEE'
         WHEN 3 THEN 'FFF'
         ELSE col2
   END
Edited by Barand

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Barry, I think he is looking for stored procedures or trigers. fastsol, stored procedures provide SQL enhancements supporting variables, comments, exceptions, conditional testing and looping as programming elements.

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Although Barand had the answer I was looking for, I did research the stored procedures method and have added it to my knowledge.

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and the multi-value update can be implemented as the following without having to dynamically produce case logic in the query (assuming that id is a unique index) -

INSERT INTO tablename (id,col2) VALUES (1,'AAA'),(2,'BBB'),(3,'CCC')
ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE col2=VALUES(col2)
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