|Subject:||Bitwise manipulation for an update statement.|
|Posted by:||Adrian Scott-Day (adrian.scott.d…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||1 Dec 2004|
Could anyone shead some light on this problem that I'm faced with.
I have a stored procedure that has 2 parameters. The first is the
primary key for the table that is to be updated. The second is an
integer. This integer is actually a bitwise status flag.(1=locked,
The issue that I am facing is that I need to change the value for a
large number of fields within this particular table, but only modify
the relevant bits.
For example record1 has a value of 4 in it's statusA field which means
it is marked as invalid but not locked and not reviewed.
Record1 has a value of 5 in it's statusB field which means it is
marked as invalid and locked but not reviewed.
The stored procedure then passes the primary key to select record1 and
an integer value of 1, thereby indicating that the "locked" bit of the
statusA and statusB fields should be set.
How can I do this?