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SYNTAX ERROR WITH IN CLAUSE IN PIVOT QUERY Msg 102, Level 15, State 1, Line 24

declare @MyCol as varchar(250)

 set @MyCol = (SELECT     R2.MYMONTH + ', '
                            FROM          SALES_TABLE_Col R2
                             FOR XML PATH(''))

SELECT
SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, 'MYSORT' AS SORT_TYPE, OVERDUE, ' + @MyCol + ' FUTUREDUE, PENDING
FROM
( SELECT SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, MYMONTH, SUM(SALES_AMT) AS SALES_AMT
FROM
(SELECT SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC,
CASE WHEN SALES_DATE < GETDATE() AND STATUS <> 'H' THEN 'OVERDUE'
       WHEN SALES_DATE > [ENDING_DATE] AND STATUS <> 'H' THEN 'FUTUREDUE'
       WHEN STATUS = 'H' OR SALES_DATE IS NULL THEN 'PENDING'
       ELSE MYMONTH END AS MYMONTH,
 SALES_AMT
FROM SALES_TABLE
) MYSALES
GROUP BY SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, MYMONTH
) AS SourceTable
PIVOT
(SUM(SALES_AMT)
    FOR [MYMONTH] IN ( OVERDUE,  ' + @MyCol + '  FUTUREDUE, PENDING)
     ) AS PivotTable
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NettieEckenrode
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NettieEckenrode
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knightEknightCommented:
declare @MyCol as varchar(250)

 set @MyCol = (SELECT R2.MYMONTH + ', ' FROM SALES_TABLE_Col R2 FOR XML PATH(''))


declare @sql varchar(8000) = '
SELECT
SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, ''MYSORT'' AS SORT_TYPE, OVERDUE, ' + @MyCol + ' FUTUREDUE, PENDING
FROM
( SELECT SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, MYMONTH, SUM(SALES_AMT) AS SALES_AMT
FROM
(SELECT SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC,
CASE WHEN SALES_DATE < GETDATE() AND STATUS <> ''H'' THEN ''OVERDUE''
       WHEN SALES_DATE > [ENDING_DATE] AND STATUS <> ''H'' THEN ''FUTUREDUE''
       WHEN STATUS = ''H'' OR SALES_DATE IS NULL THEN ''PENDING''
       ELSE MYMONTH END AS MYMONTH,
 SALES_AMT
FROM SALES_TABLE
) MYSALES
GROUP BY SALE_LINE, SALES_PART, SALES_PART_DESC, MYMONTH
) AS SourceTable
PIVOT
(SUM(SALES_AMT)
    FOR [MYMONTH] IN ( OVERDUE,  ' + @MyCol + ' FUTUREDUE, PENDING)
     ) AS PivotTable
'    

-- print @sql

exec(@sql)
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NettieEckenrodeAuthor Commented:
I had to change the following:
 
 declare @sql varchar(8000) = '
SELECT

to

  declare @sql varchar(8000)

set @sql = '  select

Thanks so much.
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