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Posted on 2013-06-26
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Hello Experts,

 I have this SQL Query:

Select A.AddressName, A.NameFirst,A.NameLast, A.Address1, A.Address2,
A.City, A.StPrId, A.PostalCode from edgePier1.dbo.OrderHeader OH
JOIN edgePier1.dbo.Addresses A
ON OH.MemberId = A.MemberId
Where OH.OrderHeaderId = 54000329

Results:

AddressName NameFirst NameLast Address1 Address2 City      StPrId PostalCode


Shipping address 1      John      Seabaugh      123 E Main St      NULL      Grandview      60      76050-1903

Billing address      John      Seabaugh      123 E Main St      NULL      Grandview      60      76050-1903


 i want to write a SQL that will show Billing and shipping address on the same line(single line.)

any idea?

Thanks
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Question by:mani_sai
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by:EvilPostIt
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Select REPLACE(REPLACE(A.AddressName,CHAR(13),''),CHAR(10),''), A.NameFirst,A.NameLast, A.Address1, A.Address2, 
A.City, A.StPrId, A.PostalCode from edgePier1.dbo.OrderHeader OH 
JOIN edgePier1.dbo.Addresses A 
ON OH.MemberId = A.MemberId
Where OH.OrderHeaderId = 54000329

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by:mani_sai
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your query is showing results on 2 lines...

I want shipping and billing information on the same line....
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Jim Horn earned 500 total points
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Is there a column in dbo.addresses that uniquely identifies the customer?

If so, then it would be a subquery that goes something like this <air code, replace the obvious>...

SELECT
 sa.NameFirst as ship_NameFirst,
 sa.NameLast as ship_NameLast,
 sa.Address1 as ship_Address1,
 sa.Address2 as ship_Address2,
 sa.City as ship_City,
 sa.StPrId as ship_StPrId,
 sa.PostalCode as ship_PostalCode,
 ba.NameFirst as bill_NameFirst,
 ba.NameLast as bill_NameLast,
 ba.Address1 as bill_Address1,
 ba.Address2 as bill_Address2,
 ba.City as bill_City,
 ba.StPrId as bill_StPrId,
 ba.PostalCode as bill_PostalCode
FROM edgePier1.dbo.OrderHeader OH
    JOIN ( SELECT AddressName, etc FROM Address WHERE AddressName = 'Shipping Address') sa ON oh.ThatColumn = sa.ThatColumn
    JOIN ( SELECT AddressName, etc FROM Address WHERE AddressName = 'Billing Address') ba ON oh.ThatColumn = ba.ThatColumn
Where OH.OrderHeaderId = 54000329
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by:mani_sai
ID: 39278464
Great. It worked. Thanks.
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by:Jim Horn
ID: 39278478
Thanks for the grade.  Good luck with your project.  -Jim
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by:EvilPostIt
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Sorry, my mistake. Thought you were trying to remove a carriage return, line feed.
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by:mani_sai
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EvilPostIt - no problem.

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