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Where statement in dynamic sql statement

I have the following code in a dynamic sql statement.  I need some help where to put a "where" statement.  I only want to include where the UTILIZED = Y.  Where should I include this parameter in the query?

Declare @strSQL varchar(max)            
DECLARE @cols varchar(2000)            
      
          
SELECT  @cols = STUFF(( SELECT DISTINCT             
                                '],[' + cast(Level3 as varchar)             
                        From PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION
                        
                        
                        ORDER BY 1            
                        FOR XML PATH('')            
                      ), 1, 2, '') + ']'            
             
             
set @strSQL = 'select YEAR, MONTH, ' + @cols +           
' from (           
        select YEAR, MONTH, Level3, UTILIZED     
        from PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION
        
             
) o           
pivot (COUNT(UTILIZED) for Level3 in (' + @cols + '))p' 
 
exec(@strSQL) 

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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
<Knee-jerk reaction>If you want it as a parameter..
Declare @strSQL varchar(max)            
DECLARE @cols varchar(2000)

-- Assigning Y here just for demo purposes, populate however you want. 
Declare @UTILIZED char(1) = 'Y'       

SELECT  @cols = STUFF(( SELECT DISTINCT             
                                '],[' + cast(Level3 as varchar)             
                        From PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION     
                        ORDER BY 1            
                        FOR XML PATH('')            
                      ), 1, 2, '') + ']'            
             
             
set @strSQL = 'select YEAR, MONTH, ' + @cols +           
' from (           
        select YEAR, MONTH, Level3, UTILIZED     
        from PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION
        WHERE UTILIZED=''' + @UTILIZED + ''') o           
pivot (COUNT(UTILIZED) for Level3 in (' + @cols + '))p' 
 
exec(@strSQL) 

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FairfieldAuthor Commented:
If I wanted to ORDER BY Month, where does that go in this statement?
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
At the very end of your SQL Statement.   See T-SQL Pivot.
Declare @strSQL varchar(max)            
DECLARE @cols varchar(2000)

-- Assigning Y here just for demo purposes, populate however you want. 
Declare @UTILIZED char(1) = 'Y'       

SELECT  @cols = STUFF(( SELECT DISTINCT             
                                '],[' + cast(Level3 as varchar)             
                        From PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION     
                        ORDER BY 1            
                        FOR XML PATH('')            
                      ), 1, 2, '') + ']'            
             
             
set @strSQL = 'select YEAR, MONTH, ' + @cols +           
' from (           
        select YEAR, MONTH, Level3, UTILIZED     
        from PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION
        WHERE UTILIZED=''' + @UTILIZED + ''') o           
pivot (COUNT(UTILIZED) for Level3 in (' + @cols + '))p
ORDER BY MONTH' 
 
exec(@strSQL)  

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FairfieldAuthor Commented:
Lastly I would like to create a table with the results, where do I put the INTO statement?
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
>Where should I include this parameter in the query?
>If I wanted to ORDER BY Month, where does that go in this statement?
>Lastly I would like to create a table with the results

Not that we won't answer your question, but does this freight train of a thread have a caboose at the end?   Standard EE question asking protocol is to state your question as clearly as possibe in the beginning, and not string it along by asking an unknown number of follow-on questions.
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FairfieldAuthor Commented:
This is the last thing I need for this issue, a table created from this query
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
Since this new question is very different from the original, it would be fair to ask that you accept this question, then ask the create table follow-on as a new question.
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Developer, Architect, and AuthorCommented:
Although at first glance it should be possible by adding the INTO line below
Declare @strSQL varchar(max)            
DECLARE @cols varchar(2000)

-- Assigning Y here just for demo purposes, populate however you want. 
Declare @UTILIZED char(1) = 'Y'       

SELECT  @cols = STUFF(( SELECT DISTINCT             
                                '],[' + cast(Level3 as varchar)             
                        From PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION     
                        ORDER BY 1            
                        FOR XML PATH('')            
                      ), 1, 2, '') + ']'            
             
             
set @strSQL = 'select YEAR, MONTH, ' + @cols + 
INTO YourNewTableName           
' from (           
        select YEAR, MONTH, Level3, UTILIZED     
        from PPS_SKU_UTILIZATION
        WHERE UTILIZED=''' + @UTILIZED + ''') o           
pivot (COUNT(UTILIZED) for Level3 in (' + @cols + '))p
ORDER BY MONTH' 
 
exec(@strSQL)  

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