Have the following 3 tables :

Table One : Jobs
Job No.    Job date
1                10/09/2015
2                11/09/2015

Table Two : Progress

Job No.  Progress_code  Progress Date
1              1                         10/09/2015
1              2                         15/09/2015
1              3                         16/09/2015
2              1                         11/09/2015
2              2                         11/09/2015
2              3                         12/09/2015  

Table Three : Pro_progress

1  Receive
2  Repair
3 Test

Required Query result :

Job No.        Job Date             1-Receive       Days Between Repair and Receive    2-Repair            days betw test/repair          3-Test
1               10/09/2015            10/09/2015                             5                                 15/09/2015                 1                                 16/09/2015
2               11/09/2015            11/09/2015                             0                                 11/09/2015                 1                                 12/09/2015
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johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
This gave me your expected result:
SELECT a.job_no, 
       b.progress_date                   "1-Receive", 
       c.progress_date - b.progress_date "days betw repair/receive", 
       c.progress_date                   "2-Repair", 
       d.progress_date - c.progress_date "days betw test/repair", 
       d.progress_date                   "3-Test" 
FROM   jobs a 
       left outer join (SELECT e.job_no, 
                        FROM   progress e 
                               join pro_progress f 
                                 ON e.progress_code = f.progress_code 
                        WHERE  f.progress_desc = 'Receive') b 
                    ON a.job_no = b.job_no 
       left outer join (SELECT g.job_no, 
                        FROM   progress g 
                               join pro_progress h 
                                 ON g.progress_code = h.progress_code 
                        WHERE  h.progress_desc = 'Repair') c 
                    ON a.job_no = c.job_no 
       left outer join (SELECT i.job_no, 
                        FROM   progress i 
                               join pro_progress j 
                                 ON i.progress_code = j.progress_code 
                        WHERE  j.progress_desc = 'Test') d 
                    ON a.job_no = d.job_no; 

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I think you're trying to get a SQL statement what will change the columns based on the data.
SQL can't do that.

You can however generate the results your requested by specifying the pro_progress yourself within the sql

SELECT job_no,
       repair_date - receipt_date days_betw_repair_and_receive,
       test_date - repair_date days_betw_test_and_repair,
  FROM (  SELECT j.job_no,
                 MAX(CASE WHEN = 'Receive' THEN p.progress_date END) receipt_date,
                 MAX(CASE WHEN = 'Repair' THEN p.progress_date END) repair_date,
                 MAX(CASE WHEN = 'Test' THEN p.progress_date END) test_date
            FROM jobs j, progress p, pro_progress pp
           WHERE j.job_no = p.job_no AND pp.progress_code = p.progress_code
        GROUP BY j.job_no, j.job_date);

or same idea, using PIVOT syntax

SELECT job_no,
       repair_date - receipt_date days_betw_repair_and_receive,
       test_date - repair_date days_betw_test_and_repair,
  FROM (SELECT j.job_no,
          FROM jobs j, progress p, pro_progress pp
         WHERE j.job_no = p.job_no AND pp.progress_code = p.progress_code)
           (MAX(progress_date) FOR name IN ('Receive' receipt_date, 'Repair' repair_date, 'Test' test_date));

note the MAX isn't important, you need to aggregate the results of the multiple rows into a single row, you could use MIN just as well
m_jundiAuthor Commented:
mmm, becuase I have just posted a sample for Pro_progress, it has more than Receive, Repair,Test....other 20 Records
so Need something Dynamic
>>> so Need something Dynamic

you can't.  
As noted above - SQL doesn't work that way.

If you can use pl/sql and generate a report then ok.  If you're looking for a sql statement then you'll have to specify the 20 fields
johnsoneSenior Oracle DBACommented:
Is it truly dynamic?  Could there really be a new status added to the tables without some sort of other significant code change?  It would seem to me that while the number is large, it should be fairly static.  A lengthy query to write, but certainly possible.  What has been posted already is your framework, just keep adding more status codes to it.
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