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I am running a simple select statement that outputs records from a clients table returning their ID, First Name and Last Name.

Is there a way to return a link in that table as well, ie, I thought:

select id, alt_id as [Alternate ID], t.first_name as [First Name], t.last_name as [Last Name],
'<a href=https://someurl?id=' & id & '>Link</a>' as Link

would work but it doesn't.
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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if the link is stored in a field, you just need to mention that column

select id, alt_id as [Alternate ID], t.first_name as [First Name], t.last_name as [Last Name], Link
from urTable
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by:hyphenpipe
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The link is not stored in a field.
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by:Aneesh Retnakaran
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You want to return the same link with all the resultset ?
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by:hyphenpipe
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Say I have a table that only contains:

ID, First_Name, Last_Name

I want the output result to be

http://someurl?id=ID where ID is the ID number from the table.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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you used & , but SQL uses +
select id, alt_id as [Alternate ID], t.first_name as [First Name], t.last_name as [Last Name],
'<a href=https://someurl?id=' + CAST(id as varchar(20)) + '>Link</a>' as Link 

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Thanks!!!
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