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Posted on 2013-11-28
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Dear Expert

I would like to build a SP to product the result from Source to the Report as follows:

Source:

Parent     Child
F00000     W1099999
F00000     RPL12345
W1099999   RPL88888
RPL88888   KKK44444



Report:

Parent     Child      Level   Hierarchy
F00000     W1099999   1       F00000.W1099999
F00000     RPL12345   1       F00000.RPL12345
W1099999   RPL88888   2       F00000.W1099999.RPL88888  
RPL88888   KKK44444   3       F00000.W1099999.RPL88888.KKK44444



That's all

Thanks so much
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Hiran Desai earned 900 total points
ID: 39683280
It seems to have I can be done with Common Table Expression(CTE).

Create table #temp
(
      parent nvarchar(100),
      child nvarchar(100)
)

insert #temp values('F00000','W1099999')
insert #temp values('F00000','RPL12345')
insert #temp values('W1099999','RPL88888')
insert #temp values('RPL88888','KKK44444');

with myResult (parent,child,increment)
as
(
      Select *,1 as depth
      from #temp In1Temp
      where In1Temp.parent not in
      (
            Select In2Temp.child
            from #temp In2Temp
      )
      union all
      Select outTemp.*,r.increment+1
      from #temp outTemp
      inner join myResult r
      on outTemp.parent=r.child
      
)
Select *
from myResult;

drop table #temp;

Hope this what you where looking for :)
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by:beckyng
ID: 39683456
HI expert

Thanks for your quick reply.

May I ask the remaing field of "Hierarchy"?

Thanks
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by:Hiran Desai
ID: 39691617
Oh! sorry forgot to add remaining part..:(
but here is your updated solution...

Create table #temp
(
      parent nvarchar(100),
      child nvarchar(100)
)

insert #temp values('F00000','W1099999')
insert #temp values('F00000','RPL12345')
insert #temp values('W1099999','RPL88888')
insert #temp values('RPL88888','KKK44444');

with myResult (parent,child,increment,Hierarchy)
as
(
      Select *,1 as depth,convert(nvarchar(max),(parent+'.'+child))
      from #temp In1Temp
      where In1Temp.parent not in
      (
            Select In2Temp.child
            from #temp In2Temp
      )
      union all
      Select outTemp.*,r.increment+1,r.Hierarchy+'.'+outTemp.child
      from #temp outTemp
      inner join myResult r
      on outTemp.parent=r.child
     
)
Select *
from myResult;

drop table #temp;
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