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Hi SQL gurus,

I'm looking to create a query that will do the following: I have a table below

ID	ItemID	Column Name	ColumnValue	DataSource	DateModified
1	A1B2	Name		Test		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
1	A1B2	Number		1		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
1	A1B2	Type		local		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
1	A1B2	Date		11/1/2013 20:00	SP		11/18/2013 20:00
1	A1B2	YesNo		Yes		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	Name		Test2		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	Number		2		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	Type		global		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	Date		10/1/2013 20:00	SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	YesNo		No		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	Name		Test3		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	Number		3		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	Type		local		SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	Date		9/1/2013 20:00	SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	YesNo		Yes		SP		11/18/2013 20:00

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And I'm looking to use a SQL query to display the following:

ID	ItemID	Name	Number	Type	Date		YesNo	DataSource	DateModified
1	A1B2	Test	1	local	11/1/2013 20:00	Yes	SP		11/18/2013 20:00
2	C3D4	Test2	2	global	10/1/2013 20:00	No	SP		11/18/2013 20:00
3	E5F6	Test3	3	local	9/1/2013 20:00	Yes	SP		11/18/2013 20:00

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Where i'm grouping by ID and ItemID but transposing Name, Number, Type, Date and YesNo. DataSource and DateModified will also be 1 to 1 with the ID. Name, Number, Type, Date and YesNo will exist for each record.

Can anyone help out?

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You need to use PIVOT for this:
SELECT [ID], ItemID,
[Name], [Number], [Type], [Date], [YesNo],
[DataSource], [DateModified]
FROM
(SELECT [ID], ItemID, [ColumnName], [ColumnValue],
    [DataSource], [DateModified]
    FROM Table1) AS SourceTable
PIVOT
(
MAX([ColumnValue])
FOR [ColumnName] IN ([Name], [Number], [Type], [Date], [YesNo])
) AS PivotTable

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Result:
| ID | ITEMID |  NAME | NUMBER |   TYPE |            DATE | YESNO | DATASOURCE |                    DATEMODIFIED |
|----|--------|-------|--------|--------|-----------------|-------|------------|---------------------------------|
|  1 |   A1B2 |  Test |      1 |  local | 11/1/2013 20:00 |   Yes |         SP | November, 19 2013 07:00:00+0000 |
|  2 |   C3D4 | Test2 |      2 | global | 10/1/2013 20:00 |    No |         SP | November, 19 2013 07:00:00+0000 |
|  3 |   E5F6 | Test3 |      3 |  local |  9/1/2013 20:00 |   Yes |         SP | November, 19 2013 07:00:00+0000 |

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