Yes, you would need to look into the manual for a recursive SQL statement.
I've done them.


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midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 09/09/2008 06:01:24 AM:

I am looking for a method in SQL to append a column from multiple rows
into
a single column of a result set.

If I have a table with the following (simplified example):

AddrID AddrTyp
1 Bill
1 Ship
1 Mail
2 Ship
2 Mail
3 Bill

And want to see the following in an SQL result set:

1 Bill,Mail,Ship
2 Mail,Ship
3 Bill

Is this something that is possible in SQL?


-- Scott


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