Sql – Postgresql GROUP_CONCAT equivalent

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I have a table and I'd like to pull one row per id with field values concatenated.

In my table, for example, I have this:

TM67 | 4  | 32556
TM67 | 9  | 98200
TM67 | 72 | 22300
TM99 | 2  | 23009
TM99 | 3  | 11200

And I'd like to output:

TM67 | 4,9,72 | 32556,98200,22300
TM99 | 2,3    | 23009,11200

In MySQL I was able to use the aggregate function GROUP_CONCAT, but that doesn't seem to work here… Is there an equivalent for PostgreSQL, or another way to accomplish this?

Best Solution

Since 9.0 this is even easier:

SELECT id, 
       string_agg(some_column, ',')
FROM the_table
GROUP BY id