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How do i pivot/unpivot the follwoing result

month column1 column2
----- ------- -------
jan     1            33      
feb            3            33      
mar            33            22      

to

columns            jan            feb            mar
column1            1            3            33
colum2            33            33            22
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+First you have to get column1 and column2 in your data.
+Then pivot by the month column which will group on the column names
(this requires hardcoded column names for JAN, FEB, MAR, ...)


;WITH myCTE AS (
SELECT 'Column1' AS Columns, [month], column1 AS [value]
UNION ALL
SELECT 'Column2', [month], column2
)
SELECT columns,[jan],[feb],[mar]
FROM myCTE
PIVOT (SUM([value]) FOR [month] IN ([jan],[feb],[mar])) p

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by:suryajandhyala
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Thanks a lot.
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by:Kevin Cross
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>>Grading Comments: Thanks a lot.

You are most welcome.
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