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SELECT `vcproductid`, `vcoptionids` FROM `isc_product_variation_combinations` WHERE `vcproductid` in (3,365) 

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vcproductid       vcoptionids       
3                         19,21,22
365                   8915

SELECT `voptionid`, `voname`, `vovalue` FROM `isc_product_variation_options` WHERE `voptionid` in (19,21,22,8915)

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voptionid       voname       vovalue
19                   color       black
21                   size         27
22                   size               30
8915             size               44

I am unable to use join since there is a comma in vcoptionsid.

Required Output  is
vcproductid voname vovalue
3                   color  black
3                   size    27,30
365                size    44

If possible , please help on below output too .

vcproductid color   size
3                  black   27,30
365                         44

Thanks
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Question by:magento
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
ID: 39960947
so, please start with this:
SELECT pc.`vcproductid`
, pc.`vcoptionids` 
, po.`voname`
, po.`vovalue` 
FROM `isc_product_variation_combinations` pc
JOIN `isc_product_variation_options`  po
   ON FIND_IN_SET( po.`voptionid`, pc.`vcoptionids`) > 0
WHERE pc.`vcproductid` in (3,365) 

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you can then apply group_contact on it.
if that works, we can proceed to the last output, which shall contain a CASE expression inside the GROUP_CONCAT function
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by:selva_kongu
ID: 39960948
Create a sql function to seperate the varchar into Bigint
CREATE FUNCTION dbo.fGetBigIntList(@P_KeyWordList AS Varchar(4000) )  
RETURNS  
@Result  
TABLE(OID BIGINT)  
AS  
BEGIN  
 DECLARE @V_Keyword VARCHAR(20),  
 @CIndex Int  
 IF(@P_KeyWordList is not null )  
 BEGIN  
  SET @CIndex = CHARINDEX(',',@p_KeyWordList)  
  WHILE (@CIndex > 0 )  
  BEGIN  
   SET @V_Keyword = SUBSTRING(@P_KeyWordList,1,@CIndex-1)  
   SET @P_KeyWordList = SUBSTRING(@P_KeyWordList,@CIndex+1,LEN(@P_KeyWordList)-@CIndex)  
   INSERT INTO @Result values (@V_Keyword)  
   SET @CIndex = CHARINDEX(',',@p_KeyWordList)  
  END  
  SET @V_Keyword = @P_KeyWordList  
  INSERT INTO @Result values (@V_Keyword)  
 END  
 RETURN  
END  

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And Execute this Query
create table #t1 (vcid int, vcoid varchar(44))
insert into #t1
	select 3, '19,21,22'
	union all 
	select 365, '8915'
	
create table #t2 (vcoid int, name varchar(10), value varchar(10))
insert into #t2 
select 19,'color','black'
union all
select 21,'size','27' union all
select 22,'size','30' union all
select 8915,'size','44'


SELECT t1.vcid,
       Name =REPLACE( (SELECT t2.value AS [data()]
           FROM #t2 t2
          WHERE t2.vcoid in (select oid from dbo.fGetBigIntList(t1.vcoid))
            FOR XML PATH('')
            ), ' ', ',')
      FROM #t1 t1

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The output will be

vcid      Name
3      black,27,30
365      44
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
ID: 39960957
selva_kongu, your code shall work nicely in MS SQL Server, but not in MySQL ...
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Sharath earned 500 total points
ID: 39962466
Guy Hengel is correct. You can try like this.
SELECT pc.`vcproductid`
, po.`voname`
, GROUP_CONCAT(po.`vovalue`) vovalue
FROM `isc_product_variation_combinations` pc
JOIN `isc_product_variation_options`  po
   ON FIND_IN_SET( po.`voptionid`, pc.`vcoptionids`) > 0
WHERE pc.`vcproductid` in (3,365)
GROUP BY pc.`vcproductid`
, po.`voname`;

SELECT vcproductid,
MAX(CASE voname WHEN 'color' THEN vovalue END) color,
MAX(CASE voname WHEN 'size' THEN vovalue END) size
FROM (
SELECT pc.`vcproductid`
, po.`voname`
, GROUP_CONCAT(po.`vovalue`) vovalue 
FROM `isc_product_variation_combinations` pc
JOIN `isc_product_variation_options`  po
   ON FIND_IN_SET( po.`voptionid`, pc.`vcoptionids`) > 0
WHERE pc.`vcproductid` in (3,365)
GROUP BY pc.`vcproductid`
, po.`voname`) t1
GROUP BY vcproductid; 

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http://sqlfiddle.com/#!2/5274b/10
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by:magento
ID: 39974033
Sharath,

I tried ur example , works fine .

Thanks
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