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connect by prior clause in MySql

 
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Hi All,

In the oracle we had the option to populate the records in tree structure manner using the connect by prior clause , Is it possible to achieve the same using the MySql 6.0.6 or else we will define only the stored procedures or will MySql have any reserved functions.

Example :

RootA - SubRootA - SubRootAA
- SubRootB - SubRootBB
- SubRootC - SubRootCC . It is going dynamic.
Please respond as soon as possible.

Sorry for my ignorance.
 
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Don't know. Have you tried the MySQL handbook?
 
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