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GROUP_CONCAT bug?

I am using the GROUP_CONCAT() as follows:

SELECT (SELECT CONCAT(ProjectName) FROM Project WHERE
FIND_IN_SET(ProjectID, RelatedProjectID))AS RelatedProject

We have a project tracker system and we can have one project be
related to several different projects. the issue is when there is
only 1 related project associated with another project, this query
does not work. Is there some sort of bug with GROUP_CONCAT?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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I do not see the group_concat function used in your example.
I did not see either "GROUP BY" Remember GROUP_CONCAT must be accompanied
by GROUP BY

Hernando
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I am using the GROUP_CONCAT() as follows:

SELECT (SELECT CONCAT(ProjectName) FROM Project WHERE
FIND_IN_SET(ProjectID, RelatedProjectID))AS RelatedProject

We have a project tracker system and we can have one project be
related to several different projects. the issue is when there is
only 1 related project associated with another project, this query
does not work. Is there some sort of bug with GROUP_CONCAT?

Jul 20 '05 #2

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