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SQL Pivot Help

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FamousMortimerFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008
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Hi Experts,

I have a table like this

Item# | Color |   Ink       |Sequence
123A   | blue   |   A234   | 1    
123A   | red    |    B235   |2
123A   | green|    C236   |3
124B   | red    |    A123   |1
124B   | white |    A124   |2

I would like the output to be like this:

Item# | Station1     | Station2    | Station3
123A   | Color: blue |Color: red | Color: green
              Ink: A234   | Ink: B235  |Ink: C236
124B   | Color: red  |Color: white| NULL
           |Ink: A123    |Ink: A124
 
The sequence can be anywhere from 1 to 10.

In the output table the color and ink are separated by CHAR(10) so there should be one line returned for each unique item #

Thanks
-Morty
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