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Multiple Rows in 1 Row

Multiple Rows in 1 Row

Multiple Rows in 1 Row

Hi there,

I am trying to return some data in Transact SQL. The small example table below shows the core data and the Example OutPut shows what I am trying to achieve. I want one row per Client however I cant think of a way to do this. Any ideas anyone.
Example Date

ClientNo SystemID Facility

0000002/001 0000002 Payments
0000002/001 0000002 Cheques
0000002/001 0000002 CHAPS
0000002/001 0000002 BACS
0000002/001 0000002 Cash

OutPut Data
SystemID Facility
0000002 Payments,Cheques,CHAPS,BACS,Cash

RE: Multiple Rows in 1 Row

Did you try to PIVOT your data?

---- Andy

"Hmm...they have the internet on computers now"--Homer Simpson

RE: Multiple Rows in 1 Row

If what you're trying to do is create a single field with all those items comma-separated, take a look at the GROUP_CONCAT() function.


RE: Multiple Rows in 1 Row

Will try both thank you

RE: Multiple Rows in 1 Row

I used STRING_AGG instead in the end - works lovely.

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