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With as in a view

Posted on 2012-03-28
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I am able to use one with as in  a view in sql server 2008 but get an error if I try to use more than one

is there a way to use more than one?
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Separate them with commas, not new WITH statements.

CREATE VIEW V1 AS 
WITH ct1 AS (SELECT * FROM myTable WHERE ID = 2),
ct2 AS (SELECT * FROM MyTable where ID = 3)
SELECT * FROM ct2 INNER JOIN Ct2 ON ct1.Name = Ct2.Name

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Great thanks!
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