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  1. Greets, all: I know FSQL isn't for creating documents, but tables, but this should be do-able: I have a single table (OJI) where I'm only concerned with two out of its many fields, Injury_Root_Cause and zz_RecordID. What I want to do is sub-summarize by Injury_Root_Cause and list each's respective (unique) zz_RecordID's under each heading--sorted in ascending order--horizontally listed and each zz_RecordID separated by a comma. So far, I have some of the calculation working: ExecuteSQL ( " SELECT zz_RecordID FROM OJI WHERE Injury_Root_Cause = 'Carelessness' ORDER BY zz_RecordID " ; "" ; ", " ) That works great for listing the zz_RecordIDs for one value, Carelessness, but it doesn't list the Injury_Root_Cause's value. I stumbled on one possible way of doing this by gutting an example on the 'net, but I got lost in the syntax so it doesn't work: ExecuteSQL ( " SELECT * FROM ( SELECT Injury_Root_Cause,zz_RecordID FROM OJI GROUP BY Injury_Root_Cause,zz_RecordID ) ORDER BY Injury_Root_Cause,zz_RecordID " ; "" ; ", " ) Soooooo, if you see where I need to tweak the calculation I'd greatly appreciate it. Cheers!
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