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hi frieds i have small doubt in sql server plese tell me how to solve this
table data contains like
id , name
1 , a
1 , b
1 , c
2 , a
2 ,b
so i want out put like
id ,name
1 , abc
2 , ab
plese tell me how to write query in sql server
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Does this help?

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Hi,

Try this..
Hope this will help

SELECT OutTab.ID ,
Names =
STUFF ( ( SELECT ''+InrTab.Name
FROM [empInfo] InrTab
WHERE InrTab.id = OutTab.id
ORDER BY InrTab.id
FOR XML PATH(''),TYPE
).value('.','VARCHAR(MAX)')
, 1,0,SPACE(0))
FROM [empInfo] OutTab
GROUP BY OutTab.id;
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Always post table defintion along with test data to get faster resultsl.people here steal their time to help others , sometimes they dont have time to frame everything here.please see the link below my signature. :-)
hope this helps you

declare @t table 
(id int , chr char(1))

insert into @t
select 1, 'a' union
select 1, 'h' union
select 1, 'y' union
select 4, 'k' union
select 4, 'f'


select * from @t

select distinct id, STUFF((select '' + cast(chr as nvarchar(20)) from @t where id= t.id FOR XML PATH('')),1,0,'')
from @t t



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hi why here we use XML PATH('')),1,0,''
plese tell me some explnation to use of xml path
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asranantha (1/8/2013)
hi why here we use XML PATH('')),1,0,''
plese tell me some explnation to use of xml path


BOL has the answer to this and MANY MANY more questions.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178107.aspx

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This article should help some as well: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/comma+separated+list/71700/.

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