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To provide such functionality there's basically two approaches that can be taken:

  1. Retrieve the data using the typical JOIN notation, returning a row for each pair of matching results. Then, in the 'client' (i.e., your server-side web application), combine the returned data into a comma-delimited list, or
  2. Formulate the comma-delimited list in SQL
In this article we'll briefly examine the first approach and then delve more deeply into the second. Read on to learn more!
Posted on Thursday, September 22, 2005 10:48 AM .NET | Back to top


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