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Posted on 2011-09-27
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How do i pivot this output ?

XAxis              YAxis
0.997587025      0.002412974

I need it to be like this:
Coordinates     Values
XAxis               0.997587025
YAxis               0.002412974

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try this

CREATE TABLE PIVOT_Sales(id INT,X_axis INT, Y_Axis INT)
INSERT PIVOT_Sales VALUES(1,11.00, 12.000)
INSERT PIVOT_Sales VALUES(2,10.00, 15.000)

SELECT Axis,location
FROM (SELECT X_Axis,Y_Axis FROM PIVOT_Sales) AS p
UNPIVOT (location for Axis in (X_Axis,Y_Axis)) AS s
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Awesome :-)
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