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Hi,

How can I remove my last comma?

          <cfquery name="New_Portal" datasource="#dsn#" username="#dbID#" password="#dbPassword#">
								Select PortalId as PID, PortalName as PN
								From AppPortal
								Where PortalID IN (#New_Data.Portal#)
							</cfquery>   
                            <CFIF (isDefined("New_Portal") and #New_Portal.RecordCount# gt 0)>
                            <cfoutput query="New_Portal">
                            #New_Portal.PN#,
                            </cfoutput>
                            </CFIF>

The output is this: 

Agent, Group, Internal Facing, Member, Provider, N/A, 

The output that I want is this: 

Agent, Group, Internal Facing, Member, Provider, N/A

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Option One...
<cfset allPN = valueList(New_Portal.PN)>
  #allPN#

Option Two..

       <CFIF (isDefined("New_Portal") and #New_Portal.RecordCount# gt 0)>
               <cfoutput query="New_Portal">
                   <cfif new_portal.currentRow gt 1>,</cfif> #New_Portal.PN#
              </cfoutput>
     </CFIF>
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by:lulu50
ID: 40486746
gdemaria,

IIIITTTTT IIIIISSSS WORKING!!!!

GREATTTTTTT!!!!

Thank you :-)
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by:lulu50
ID: 40486747
Thank you
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by:gdemaria
ID: 40486786
super!  Thanks
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