tried to get to the link...saw that it's 'localhost'!!!!!!
what's the real/actual url...
From: Peter Brawley [mailto:peter.brawley@stripped]
Sent: Wednesday, August 02, 2006 2:15 PM
Subject: Re: logic/db question
>my question, how can i come up with a sql query that will list all the
>children (and children's children...) of a top level item?
This is an edge list tree model, ID being the child node, parentID being
the parent node, the row denoting the edge between ID and parentID.
Unless you know in advance how many levels there are, you need an sproc
to retrieve subtrees.There is an example with discussion in Listing 7 at
> i have a tbl
> so a name can have might have a parentID, as well as an ID. 'name's are
> associated with other 'name's via the parentID. in other words, if a
> parentID == a name's ID, name1 is the parent of name2.
> name parentID ID
> stanford '' 1
> fall-06 1 2
> spring-06 1 3
> summer-06 1 4
> acct 2 5
> biol 2 6
> math 2 7
> acct 3 8
> biol 3 9
> math 3 10
> acct 4 11
> biol 4 12
> math 4 13
> stanford '' 14
> fall-06 14 15
> spring-06 14 16
> summer-06 14 17
> acct 15 18
> biol 15 19
> math 15 20
> my question, how can i come up with a sql query that will list all the
> children (and children's children...) of a top level item?
> searching google gives some insight into how to handle recursion/tree
> issues. i haven't as of yet come across anything that gets me to where i
> need to be. can this be handled with only a single table?
> i also need the select/delete/insert queries to be reasonably fast..
> i had done this awhile ago.. but can't recall how i did it..
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