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SQL – SELECT column from subquery

I’ve got to following SQL query:
SELECT
mytable.XmlID,
mytable.Name,
max(CAST((SELECT mytable2.XmlID from mytable2 WHERE mytable2.ID = mytable.ID) AS XML)) [ID]
FROM
mytable
GROUP BY
mytable.XmlID,
mytable.Name

Now I want to add another column and I’ve got the following code:
max(CAST((SELECT mytable2.XmlID from mytable2 WHERE mytable2.ID = mytable.ID) AS XML)) [ID]

This works when I add another SELECT, but not when I add the column Name. I’ve also tried without the bracket but that didn’t work.
It seems that the brackets creates some problems in the subquery.
So how can I add the Name column from the main query to the subquery?

A:

Use SUBQUERY:
SELECT t1.XmlID,
t1.Name,
max(CAST((SELECT mytable2.XmlID from mytable2 WHERE mytable2.ID = t1.ID) AS XML)) [ID]
FROM mytable t1
GROUP BY t1.XmlID,
t1.Name

This has to be supported by at least the server version of MS SQL Server (though I can’t really imagine any reason why it wouldn’t be available — I haven’t used it in probably 10 years).

A:

SUBQUERY is a SQL Server-specific syntax. It is not part of the ANSI standard. There are some SQL Server extensions in the ANSI standard, but SQL Server has its own extensions.
Given that, the only portable way is to use a correlated subquery:
SELECT mytable.XmlID, mytable.Name,
(SELECT mytable2.XmlID
FROM mytable2
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