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How to do case in select statement show all records in one row

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Hi all.

I have the following select statement (MySQL table) where it shows a Y if the builder/community has a record matching the case statement.

But it is showing multiple rows for the same builder/community depending on how many Y there are for each work type schedule id.

I want to be able to show everything (all the Y or blanks) in one row for each builder community instead of multiple rows.

Thank you in advance!

¿SELECT DISTINCT Builder, Community,Charts, 
   CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=3 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=4 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=5
    THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as Flooring, 
   CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=10 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as ArcStone,
   CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=11 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as BathAccessories,
   CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=15 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as WindowTreatments,
    CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=12 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=13 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=14 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as Specialties
FROM BuilderCommunity LEFT OUTER JOIN WorkByCommunity  ON BuilderCommunity.BuilderCommunityID = WorkByCommunity.BuilderCommunityID  WHERE  BuilderCommunity.Status = 'Active' 
ORDER BY Builder, Community

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by:Kyle Abrahams
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You can use the group concat function to combine the rows.
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Group-by with aggregates:
SELECT DISTINCT
	Builder
,	Community
,	Charts
,	MAX(CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=3 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=4 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid = 5 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END) as Flooring
,	MAX(CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=10 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END) as ArcStone
,	MAX(CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=11 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END) as BathAccessories
,	MAX(CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=15 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END as WindowTreatments
,	MAX(CASE WHEN WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=12 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=13 Or WorkByCommunity.workscheduletypeid=14 THEN 'Y' ELSE '' END) as Specialties
FROM	BuilderCommunity
LEFT
JOIN	WorkByCommunity  ON BuilderCommunity.BuilderCommunityID = WorkByCommunity.BuilderCommunityID
WHERE	BuilderCommunity.Status = 'Active' 
GROUP
BY	Builder
,	Community
,	Charts

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