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I have 2 tables
1. tblENQUIRY and
2. tblENQUIRY_FOLLOW_UP

The history contains the PK ENQUIRY_ID from the  tblENQUIRY

 tblENQUIRY tblENQUIRY_FOLLOW_UP SAMPLE DATA IN FOLLOW UP
What I need to do is create a new table with the 2 columns
ENQUIRY_ID and ENQ_FU_COMMENT

for each ENQUIRY_ID concatenate all of the individual lines in just one line.

like this ...
 what it should look like
I really appreciate help on this.

My solution does not work correctly.

best regards
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 2000 total points
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by:Bhavesh Shah
ID: 34120201
Hi,

Check this.
Select 
	[Enquiry_ID],
	(Stuff((Select ', ' + ENQ_FU_COMMENT From tblEnquiry_Follow_Up E2 Where E1.Enquiry_ID = E2.Enquiry_ID FOR XML PATH('')),1,2,'')) as ENQ_FU_COMMENT
From tblEnquiry E1
Order By Enquiry_ID

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by:Bhavesh Shah
ID: 34120206
For Sample
Declare @Aliases Table
(
	[FirstName] varchar(50) not null,
	[LastName] varchar(50) not null,
	[Alias] varchar(100) not null
)

Insert @Aliases
Select 'Clark','Kent','Superman'
Union All
Select 'Clark','Kent','Kal-El'
Union All
Select 'Clark','Kent','Gangbuster'
Union All
Select 'Clark','Kent','Supernova'
Union All
Select 'Clark','Kent','Nightwing'
Union All
Select 'Peter','Parker','Spiderman'
Union all
Select 'Peter','Parker','WebSligner'

Select * from @Aliases

Select Distinct
	[LastName],
	[FirstName],
	(Stuff((Select ', ' + Alias From @Aliases T2 Where T2.FirstName = T1.FirstName and T2.LastName = T2.LastName FOR XML PATH('')),1,2,'')) as Aliases
From @Aliases T1
Order By [LastName], [FirstName]

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