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How to use Custom update query by using inbuilt update function

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Posted by siri on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 14:50 GMT

Query from the debug
-> UPDATE `warehouse_feedback` SET `final_status` = 'DELIVERED', `updated_on` = '2022-02-04' WHERE `warehouse_feedback`.`order_id` = '6016122701458079' AND `warehouse_feedback`.`tracking_id` = '01225037346502'
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Posted by djnordeen on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 14:54 GMT

Looks good.
Save this function somewhere because when you update trongate, the engine folder gets rewritten.

This comment was edited by djnordeen on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 14:57 GMT

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Posted by siri on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 15:00 GMT

Yes,
Thanks for your help. :)
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Posted by djnordeen on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 15:10 GMT

Your welcome, Remember to close this tread out if you got your answer
Dan

This comment was edited by djnordeen on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 16:45 GMT

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Posted by siri on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 17:43 GMT

Hi ,
I don't find anything related to close this thread.
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Posted by djnordeen on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 19:16 GMT

I believe there is a star icon you click on the post that answered your question
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Posted by DaFa on Wednesday 2nd February 2022 at 21:19 GMT

Good work Dan 👍
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