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SQL Question

SQL Server: combining multiple rows into one row

I have a SQL query like this;

SELECT *
FROM Jira.customfieldvalue
WHERE CUSTOMFIELD = 12534
AND ISSUE = 19602


And that's the results;

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What I want is; showing in one row (cell) combined all
STRINGVALUE
's and they are separated with a comma. Like this;

SELECT --some process with STRINGVALUE--
FROM Jira.customfieldvalue
WHERE CUSTOMFIELD = 12534
AND ISSUE = 19602

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How can I do that?

Answer

There are several methods.

If you want just the consolidated string value returned, this is a good quick and easy approach

DECLARE @combinedString VARCHAR(MAX)
SELECT @combinedString = COALESCE(@combinedString + ', ', '') + stringvalue
FROM jira.customfieldValue
WHERE customfield = 12534
    AND ISSUE = 19602

SELECT @combinedString as StringValue 

Which will return your combined string.

You can also try one of the XML methods e.g.

SELECT DISTINCT Issue, Customfield, StringValues
FROM Jira.customfieldvalue v1
CROSS APPLY ( SELECT StringValues + ',' 
              FROM jira.customfieldvalue v2
              WHERE v2.Customfield = v1.Customfield 
                  AND v2.Issue = v1.issue 
              ORDER BY ID 
                  FOR XML PATH('') )  D ( StringValues )
WHERE customfield = 12534
    AND ISSUE = 19602