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Posted on 2014-10-28
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Hi,
As example, suppose I have a table, with 2 fields, ClientNo and ProductNo
   ClientNo             ProductNo
       client1                 productA
       client1                 productB
       client1                 productC
       client2                 productB
       client3                 productA
       client3                 productC

I would like to create a query where the result should be:

   ClientNo            Product
       client1                 productA,  productB,  productC
       client2                 productB
       client3                 productA,  productC

How can I do it without using a temporary table?
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