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Concatenate records from a sub-query together.

Hi ,

I'm building a website for a floor-tiles company and Im currently working on the online sample request section.

I have a table called tblRequest and another table called tblSample. tblSample stores a list of information on all of the tiles available and tblRequest contains info on each request made by a customer. I have a third table calledtblSampleRequest which basically acts as the middle man for the many-to-many relationship between tblRequest and tblSample...

tblRequest -> tblSampleRequest

Posted On: Monday 26th of November 2012 01:46:02 AM Total Views:  290
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