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sql server query problem

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asranantha
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hi friends i have small doubt in sql server plz tell me how to solve


i have 2 tables and data contains like

aa
id , color , colorid
1 , red , 10
2 , white , 20

and 2nd table contains like
bb
colorid , name
10 , carrote
10 , tammoto
20 , sugar
20 , milk

based on this table i want output like below

color name
red carrote,tammoto
white sugar ,milk

actualy i follow query inner join concept .but iam not get exactely this output.

plese tell me how to write query to solve this issue in sql server.
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Please check this code:

select
a.*,
STUFF((SELECT ', '+name FROM bb WHERE colorid = a.colorid FOR XML PATH('')) , 1 , 1 , '' )
from aa a


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salliven (5/4/2013)
Please check this code:

select
a.*,
STUFF((SELECT ', '+name FROM bb WHERE colorid = a.colorid FOR XML PATH('')) , 1 , 1 , '' )
from aa a



If you change the second "1" to a 2, it'll get rid of the leading space.

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Oh, yes. Thanks Jeff!
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