Name (type: Text)
Item Name (type: Text)
Due Date (type: Date)
How can I have a crosstab type query that has "Name" as the first column, "Due Date" as columns across the top, and "Item Name" triangulated at the intersection of "Name" and "Due Date". I could not get this to work partially because there are no data fields.
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