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Multiple values in some columns single value in another


Multiple values in some columns single value in another

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Lynn Pettis
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eamonn.byrne (9/17/2012)
Jeff Moden (9/16/2012)
eamonn.byrne (9/14/2012)
Yep that definately works. It took you 5 seconds to fix what had me scratching my head for a couple of hours. Ermm

Cheers!


Before you use it, Joe is right.

1. What is the key here? Is it just EmgID or is it EmgID and Reference together.

2. Regardless of what the answer to 1 is, is there anything special you want done for an EmgID with multiple Reference values?


Thanks for the further replies gus and apologies if I wasn't clear. Yes the key is the combined EMGID and Reference fields. Lynn was on the money though and I was able to work out the rest of what I needed from what she provided.

Cheers


Glad I could help. One small thing, I am not a she, I am a he.

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