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SQL Syntax Parsing one record into multiple

Posted on 2016-07-15
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Hello Experts,

I am using SyBase SQL Anywhere 10 and VS 2015 C#

This is what I have
ID           Employee      SecurityLevel          Stores
100           John Smith      100                                 ,S1,S3,S12,


This is what I want the result to be
ID           Employee      SecurityLevel      Stores
100           John Smith      100                               1
100           John Smith      100                         3
100           John Smith      100                        12

Essentially I want to Parse 1 record into 3 individual based on the Stores column
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bcnagel earned 500 total points
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It looks like you have access to the sa_split_list() system procedure in SQL Anywhere 10:
http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1001/en/dbrfen10/rf-sa-set-http-option.html

With this one, you can do something like:
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by:triphen
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Thank you. I actually found another table in the database that already has it split that I was unaware of. Thank you!
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