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Hi All,
I've a table whose schema and sample data are as follows:
 
EmpCode               ManagerCode
=========             =============
1                        1
2                        1
3                        2
4                        2
5                        3
6                        2
7                        3
8                        4
The name of the table is EMP
 
Now my task is to create a query which will give a hierarchy of manager against a particular EmpCode. Say for example for EmpCode 7 the output will be
 
EmpCode
=======
1
2
3
I've tried with self join but its giving only the immediate manager not the total hierarchy. It will be of great help if provided with any clue to achieve this result
Tags: SQL, SQL-server-2005, TSQL

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