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Convert summary list to detail list SQL MS Access

I am looking for an efficient way to turn:

SKU   priceshed  R1 R5   W1 W5 W10 W25 W50
1099  branch       $5         $3         2.99
1089   branch      $1  .99  .75               .69
where R1 is the retail price for 1 item, W1 is the wholsale price for 1item
And turn it into

SKU  priceshed   Rate           From      To               Price
1099  Branch     Retail             1        9999              $5
1099  Branch     Wholesale     1            9                $3
1099  Branch     Wholesale     10      9999              $2.99  
1089  Branch      Retail            1          4                  $1
1089  Branch      Retail            5        9999              $3
1089  Branch     Wholesale     1         24                 $.75
1089  Branch     Wholesale      25     9999              $.69


There will always be an R1 and W1 with any combination of the rest.
9999 is the max number on the "to" count.

Right now I am using multiple queries to accomplish this. I would like to create a VB script to do the work.  Once this conversion is complete the converted table is in the same format as the production system pricing guide and then we compare the two and make changes.  The origin format is to make it easy on the person who has to update pricing on many items relatively often.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

thanks
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>Zones: Microsoft Access Database, Databases Miscellaneous, MS SQL Server<<
If you are looking for a T-SQL solution, the way you would do this is with the UNION ALL clause, in other words build a series of SQL statements with a UNION ALL in between.

If on the other hand, this question is not using T-SQL than I suggest you request that the MS SQL Server zone be removed.
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chenault68Author Commented:
You are correct  I should have added VB in the place of SQL.
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Andrew_WebsterCommented:
Can you show us a bit more sample data from the first set, maybe even put it into an Excel sheet or something to show us how it's arranged in a table?
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AccessYourBiz_ComCommented:
You should use the InStr function to parse through the each line of data. Looks like the beginning of each line starts with "SKU". Then also use the Mid() function to step through each part of the string and extract the information you want and put into the table.
I can try to put something together which may help.
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AccessYourBiz_ComCommented:
What determines the SKU 1099 vs 1089 in your string "SKU   priceshed  R1 R5   W1 W5 W10 W25 W50"?

The detail of your second line reads:
1099  Branch     Wholesale     1            9                $3

I understand the Price of $1 is from W1, but where are you getting the $3 price from? I don't see anything in the string for that. Same question for the "9".

Basically you need to use the Instr() function and/or the Mid() function to parse through your string and add the records. If the length of the string is fixed, then you only need to use the Mid() function since you can determine the fixed starting and ending lengths of the data you want to extract.
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AccessYourBiz_ComCommented:
I actually created a seperate query to provide the totals and brought that into your query. See attached.
Branch-Tables-Test-by-Scott-Webe.zip
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chenault68Author Commented:
Thanks for the help
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AccessYourBiz_ComCommented:
your welcome. I actually posted that last file to the wrong thread. I am assuming you were able to find solution with the InStr() and Mid() functions.
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Anthony PerkinsCommented:
>>your welcome. I actually posted that last file to the wrong thread<<
That is too funny!
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AccessYourBiz_ComCommented:
glad I could bring some amusement to your life ac! ;-)
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