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Gridview display results issue (show multiple record results in a single gridview column)

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I really don't know how to ask this question so I will attempt to describe what I am needing to do. Say I have 300 units of Item A that ship in 4 different Boxes and 200 Units of Item B that ship in one box My search results would return 5 rows one for each box. This is how my gridview currently acts

Item Name           Box #
   A                        987
   A                        654
   A                        321
   A                        573
   B                        275

However this is how I would like it to display

Item Name          Box #
      A                   987, 654, 321, 573
      B                    275

is this possible and if so how do I get it to look like this (also each box number would be a link to the shipping information for that box)

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by:David Robitaille
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ther is many way of doig this, as an exemple, you could do this in the SQl query.
here an exemple
http://databases.aspfaq.com/general/how-do-i-concatenate-strings-from-a-column-into-a-single-row.html
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by:WesleyAlgee
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maybe I don't understand or maybe I did not make it clear but the information I am getting from the database are in two different tables (don't know if this makes a difference) and would it seems to me that the code you linked to would still give me five records returned instead of only two
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by:David Robitaille
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no if you do it correctly, it would return 2 row.
It<s a long time i did not do this. I would suggest that you use the request for attention button to ask a moderator to add the "SQL Syntax" Zone and the database type you use (mysql, ms SQL server, oracle etc.)
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Follow this link to see how I found my answer to this question I guess I worded the question better there

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/Q_24406293.html
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