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Posted on 2011-03-23
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Hi,

Have a table called tbl1 like :

UPDATEDATETIME       dBDate               HFCol      HVCol
3/10/2011 13:06:53       6/10/2011      10369.8      0.1979
3/10/2011 13:06:53       3/11/2011      10440      0.2059
3/10/2011 13:07:03       6/10/2011      10369.8      0.1976
3/10/2011 13:07:03       3/11/2011      10440      0.2036
3/10/2011 13:07:13       6/10/2011      10369.8      0.1975
3/10/2011 13:07:13       3/11/2011      10440      0.2038

and struggling to get sql/sotre proc to produce following results:

UPDATEDATETIME      HFCol_JUN11      HFCol_MAR11       HVCol_JUN11       HVCol_MAR11
3/10/2011 13:06:53      10369.8             10440               0.1979               0.2059
3/10/2011 13:07:03      10369.8             10440               0.1976               0.2036
3/10/2011 13:07:13      10369.8              10440               0.1975               0.2038

[As you can see new columns in result are old columns and month and year from dbDate is appended. For eg. HFCol for dbDate 03/11/2011 becomes HFCOL_MAR11 etc.]
                        
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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it's a pivot table ... must it be fully dynamic, or are you happy with those 2x2 columns?
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by:punit
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hi angelll,
it should be dynamic.
One more note, as you can see what I'm trying to do is trying to put data for same UPDATEDATETIME  into one row.

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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could the data be over 1 year? how to represent that?
also, could there be more than 1 row per "month" ?

let's assume for the moment that it was all from 1 year
select UPDATEDATETIME       
  , max(case when month(dBDate) = 1 then  HFCol else null end) HFCol_Jan
  , max(case when month(dBDate) = 1 then  HVCol else null end) HVCol_Jan
  , max(case when month(dBDate) = 2 then  HFCol else null end) HFCol_Feb
  , max(case when month(dBDate) = 2 then  HVCol else null end) HVCol_Feb
  --- etc for the other month
 from tbl1 
group by UPDATEDATETIME

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See attached.
query.txt
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