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Posted on 2011-03-19
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Hi,

cyberkiwi answered my provious question, but since then I need to modify this slightly to filter only the relevant records for the particular companyid, I have attached a spreadsheet to show a sample of the data.

so with the following sp:
@id int,
@CompanyID varchar

AS
BEGIN

SET NOCOUNT ON;

select a.id, v.value, b.DocumentReference, '<a href="uploads''' + @CompanyID + '''/' + b.filename + '">' + b.filename + '</a>' As LinkFile

from tbl_permits a
cross apply dbo.values2table(a.MethodStatements, ',') v
inner join tbl_documents b on b.DocumentReference=v.value
where a.id=@id

END

If ID = 23 and CompanyID=18

the the returned value should be:

MS001      MS001      <a href="uploads18/MS 14 Document.pdf">MS001</a>

alternatively,
If ID = 3 and CompanyID=1

the the returned value should be:
MS001      MS001      <a href="uploads1/MS 1 Document.pdf">MS001</a>
MS002      MS002      <a href="uploads1/MS 2 Document.pdf">MS002</a>
MS003      MS003      <a href="uploads1/MS 3 Document.pdf">MS003</a>

How this makes sense.

 Book1.xls Book1.xls
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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interesting, your attached files has tbl_Documents and tbl_main as table names, your query has tbl_permit and tbl_documents ...

so, I presume the companyid is the one from tbl_Documents ...

@id int,
@CompanyID varchar

AS
BEGIN

SET NOCOUNT ON;

select a.id, v.value, b.DocumentReference, '<a href="uploads''' + @CompanyID + '''/' + b.filename + '">' + b.filename + '</a>' As LinkFile

from tbl_permits a
cross apply dbo.values2table(a.MethodStatements, ',') v 
inner join tbl_documents b on b.DocumentReference=v.value AND b.companyID = @CompanyID
where a.id=@id

END

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by:sanjshah12
ID: 35173455
Thanks angelIII, Yes I had to change the code hence the slight change, anyway, I tried something similar but could not get it work, but your code works.

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