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Posted on 2008-06-11
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Can I add the cfloop below to my cfquery statement?

<cfset counter=0>
<cfloop index="i" list="#CIDS#" delimiters=",">
<cfset counter=counter+1>
      <cfset "CIDS#counter#"=i>
</cfloop>
<cfloop index="j" from="1" to="#counter#">
<cfoutput>#variables["CIDS" & j]#</cfoutput>
</cfloop>
<cfquery  name="get_CIDS" datasource="#request.dataSource#">
      SELECT customerno, customer_first1, customer_last1
      FROM cibIDS
      WHERE customerno = <cfqueryparam value="#customerno#" maxlength="6"> AND
            CID =( How do I loop through the above cfloop and get the values to insert here?)
</cfquery>
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by:msfletch
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Try creating a list from the loop and then adding the list to the query like:

<cfquery  name="get_CIDS" datasource="#request.dataSource#">
      SELECT customerno, customer_first1, customer_last1
      FROM cibIDS
      WHERE customerno = <cfqueryparam value="#customerno#" maxlength="6"> AND
            CID IN (#loopList#)
</cfquery>
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Or just include the lidt directly:

CID IN (#CIDS#)

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by:usky1
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Works great thanks for the quick help.
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