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CrossTab query

I am using Sql server 7 as backend and connection to the databse through ADO.

i have a table like this

Class           Language     text
=============================================
Universe     German         """AAAA"""
Universe     English         """BBBB"""
Universe     French         """VVVV"""
Universe     Italian         """DDDD"""
DB             English         """XXXX"""

i want to generate the cross tab query
and the output in the grid

my grid should look like this

Class     German      English     French     Italian  
Universe  """AAAA"""  """BBBB""" """VVVV"""  """DDD"""
DB                    """XXX"""                      

Is there any way to get this output in the grid?
I don't watn to generate a table at runtime.
Is it possible to do it through Descision query?

Please help asap :-)
Rajni

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kretzschmarCommented:
Is it possible to do it through Descision query?
yes, but the result must be displayed in the decission-grid
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rajniyadavAuthor Commented:
kretzschmar

ok i have no problem in using decision gid
can u tell how to make the query.

Rajni
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kretzschmarCommented:
there is a wizard, just use it

the primaray select is
select * from yourtable

define then your column/row fields, maybe also some aggregate-fields(like sum, average) if needed,
in the decission-cube component which points to the deccission-query

if needed,
i will produce a step by step instruction tomorrow
(no time today)

meikl ;-)
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rajniyadavAuthor Commented:
kretzschmar

Can you tell how to user ADO connection component (Database compoenent) in the Descision query.

Rajni
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kretzschmarCommented:
hmm,
a new aspect,
will take a look this evening
(no delphi on hand yet),
could be, that the decission-query
did not support ado.

meikl ;-)
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kretzschmarCommented:
use the tdecissioncube with a tadoquery,
tdecissionquery is not needed in this case

meikl ;-)
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rajniyadavAuthor Commented:
i am not able to create the decisioncube dimensions properly. and not able to get the right output in the grid.

can u plz tell me waht is base field & what to set in this field.
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>Post your closing recommendations!  No comment means you don't care.

i am definitivly not able to post recommendations for 200+ cleanup-posts per day.

that means not, that i didn't care of it, if i post no recommendation there!!

even so on this q, i post this unseen of the q
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