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Posted on 2013-05-10
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Below two tables need to be merged into
one Microsoft Reporting Services report.
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     select job, customer
     FROM job
     where job = 'G0878'
     
     SELECT job, work_center
     FROM job_operation
     where job = 'G0878'
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How can I change the below to put each work_center
into a separate Microsoft Reporting Services SQL statement column
instead of all work_centers in one column like it currently displays ?

I cannot run pre-scripts since this is
a Microsoft Reporting Services report.

  select
  j.customer,
  (
     SELECT work_center + ','
     FROM job_operation
     where
       --job = j.job
       job = 'G0878'
     FOR XML PATH('')
  ) as Work_Centers
 
  from job j
  where job = 'G0878'
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planocz earned 2000 total points
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You need to change to one dataset by using the two tables jioned together in a stored procedure. then group by work center.
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Do you have an example URL showing this ?
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