Deleting From OPENQUERY

Jack Vamvas shows how you can delete data from a remote server using OPENQUERY:

How can I DELETE using OPENQUERY?   Normally for a SELECT from OPENQUERY , I’ll do something like :

SELECT col1 ,col2  FROM OPENQUERY (MY_LINKED_SERVER,'SELECT col1,col2  FROM MY_LINKED_TABLE')

Can a similar method be used but for DELETE?

Click through for the answer.

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