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mySQL - row vs ID

  • 22 February 2022
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Hi, I’m trying to use the mySQL action ‘update row’. When mapping fields there are two required fields: row and id. I have the ID from a previous step but don’t know what is being asked for with the ‘row’ field. 

What am I needing to provide beyond the ID of the row?




Best answer by NormC 22 February 2022, 20:06

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Hi @NormC 

Row is for the Row ID

ID Column is for indicating the column that has the primary key.

Check out this help article:

Thanks @Troy Tessalone , appreciate the help.

Here is a portion of my table:


So for this would the row be the number and Id be ‘Id’? Like so?


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Give that configuration a try.

Close. The column name is case-sensitive. id worked, Id did not. Thanks for the help getting this working!