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Message Posted: Tue, 19 Feb 2008 @ 15:07:16 GMT
Here is the code to generate the desired rows using your table names:
with recursive temp (a2, b2,lvl) as (sel product, max(cast(expanded_product as smallint)),0 from prod where product like '%X' group by 1 union all sel a2,b2+1,lvl+1 from temp where lvl < 9 ) sel a2,cast(b2 as char(4)) from temp where lvl > 0
Here is the problem that I did not realize previously: when using a derived table like this, select seems to be the only valid command. It would not let me do an insert/select.
So, you would need to export these created rows using a select from your client and then import them using an insert using your client.
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