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Multiple records one column separated by comma (,)

Multiple records one column separated by comma (,)

Multiple records one column separated by comma (,)

(OP)
Hai all

I am working on something like this. Hope someone can help me.
Consider this as sample data

Field1   Field2
John     GA
Mark     FL      
Steve    MI
John     CA
John     IL

Can someone assist me on a query to have data like this?

Field1   Field2
John     GA, CA, IL
Mark     FL      
Steve    MI

Thanks a lot..

RE: Multiple records one column separated by comma (,)

What kind of database are you using? Microsoft, Oracle..?? There might be easy solutions depending on the database you are using.

Nitin
 

RE: Multiple records one column separated by comma (,)

Yes, I encounter this problem.
Handled it two ways:
1. Importing through MS Access to DBMS
2. Changing the column deliminator to something else, like |  

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