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How to display multiple column values as rows in my stored procedure

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I have a stored procedure that display column values like this

ID      Entity    UnitID UnitName RoleID

1        Test       1         UnitTest    1
1        Test        1        UnitTest     2
1        Test        1         UnitTest    4

As you can see all my column values are same except RoleId changes What I want to see as

ID      Entity    UnitID UnitName RoleID   RoleID1    RoleID2

1        Test       1         UnitTest    1            2              4

Instead of displaying three times I want to have one row and create some temporary columns (RoleID1 and RoleID2) to store the values and sent back the results

I'm attaching my stored procedure here and I'm using microsoft sql server 2012
StoredProce-EE.txt
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