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How to get child's child record through query

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I have a table with 3 fields say ItemID, ParentID and ItemName

It has parent child relationship. So for some Items a different ItemID will be in ParentID.
and there is no limit to how long a parent child chain can go...i mean a item can have a child which had another child and that has another child like that....

What i need to find out through query is...if i pass a parentID i need to get all the child and their child and their child ITEMIDs...

How can we do it through query....

thanks

Mahesh
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