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Creating a comma separated list as a Function to be used in a Totals/Group By query

Posted on 2009-12-30
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I would like a function that I can use in a Totals/Group By query in Access where this:

Truck   SONum
WC     234567
WC     233555
EC      236666
EC      235777


becomes this when grouping by Truck:
Truck      SONumCSV
WC         234567, 233555
EC          236666, 235777


I found this, but I'd rather have a function that I can just use in the aggregate within a Totals/Group By query.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_23534323.html

Can someone help?

BTW, Happy New Year!

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Question by:Stephanie Hudson
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are you querying Access DB or are you using only Access interface to query a MS SQL database?
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It's an Access database.
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This is good.  I think I can make this work.  Thanks!
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