troubleshooting Question

Move SQL Columns

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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I have the select statement below -

M.ID MemberID,
E.[Exchequer-Code] Exchequer,
M.FirstName +' '+ M.LastName Member,
M.ClubName Club,
O.OrderID OrderID,
CONVERT(VARCHAR,O.OrderDate,103) OrderDate,
D.ProductSKU SKU,
D.ProductName Product,
ISNULL(O.OrderSubTotal,0.00) OrderSubTotal,
ISNULL(O.OrderDiscount, 0.00) OrderDiscount,
ISNULL(O.OrderTax,0.00) OrderVAT,
ISNULL(O.OrderTotal,0.00) OrderGrandTotal
from dbo.Ordertb O
inner join dbo.OrderDetail D
on D.OrderID = O.OrderID
inner join dbo.[Direct-Product] P
on P.ID = D.ProductID
inner join dbo.Member M
on M.ID = O.MemberID
inner join dbo.[Member-Exchequer-Codes] E
on E.MemberID = M.ID
inner join dbo.[Nominal-Codes] N 
on N.ID = P.NominalCodeID

Which Produces a table like So ---


(I have Comma seperated the column headers)

What I would really like to do though is have this --


(Removed - 'Carriage,CarriageNotes,OrderDiscount,OrderDiscountReason' - Added 'Notes')

but have the missing columns as rows beneath so for Carriage -

Insert a row and add these values to the appropriate columns -
SKU = 'Carriage', Code = 'Carriage', Product = 'Carriage', Price = The Variable Carriage, Quantity = 1 TotalPrice =  The Variable -- Carriage, Notes = The Variable -- CarriageNotes

Effectively Carriage & Discounts become rows instead of columns....

Is this possible?

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