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Convert array to array in sql
How to convert array to array in sql..? I am fetching array through ajax in front end side. And i want convert it to array in my sql..
If this is just one database field, you can use a case expression to convert it to an array:
select coalesce(value, 1)
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This assumes you’re using mysql. If not, you can use a similar construct using any database.
There are some caveats to this – a single row returning multiple rows could cause multiple rows to be returned, which could be awkward if you want to use this in outer joins or something similar.
If your field is a blob type, you can use the CONVERT function instead:
select coalesce(x.value, 1)
from convert(blob, ‘MyArray’) as x
where x.id = blobs.id
This will convert the single blob value into one column containing an array, but won’t deal with any other column types or the blob’s