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Transposing columns in to rows in SQL Server 2008

Posted on 2016-07-27
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Please look at the screenshot and help me how I can transpose Category cost types column in to 9 columns.

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I want like the resultset to be
Project Number, Project Priority List date, Secondary treatment, ...Non point source, PPL Sum

SELECT  Project.ProjectNumber, 
                   ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate.ProjectPriorityListDate,
                    --Cat Cost Info section
                           CategoryCostType.[Type]  AS CategoryCostType,                          
                           ProjectCategoryCosts.TotalAmount AS CategoryCostTypeTotal,
                           ProjectCategoryCostInformation.PPLCategorySumAmount AS PPLSum                    
                           
                   FROM Project
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS
                           on project.projectid= ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.projectid
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate
                           on ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId= ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId
                            LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCostInformation       
                               ON ProjectCategoryCostInformation.ProjectId = Project.ProjectId                                           
                           INNER JOIN CategoryCostType
                              ON CategoryCostType.ProjectTypeId=Project.ProjectTypeId
                              LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCosts         
                               ON Project.ProjectId = ProjectCategoryCosts.ProjectId AND ProjectCategoryCosts.IsOrderOfApprovalCost = 1  AND 
                               ProjectCategoryCosts.CategoryCostTypeId = CategoryCostType.CategoryCostTypeId  
                  WHERE Project.projectnumber in ('3002-01','5001-01','7808-01') 
                  ORDER BY Project.ProjectNumber

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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by:Subbu G
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Thanks @angelIII

Looks like I have some syntax problem, not sure how to fix it though..can you help me fix this one?

Error:Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Line 22
Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'FOR'.

SELECT 'CategoryCostTypeTotal' AS CategoryCostType, 
[0], [1], [2], [3], [4],[5], [6], [7], [8], [9]
FROM
(
				  SELECT CategoryCostType.[Type]  AS CategoryCostType, ProjectCategoryCosts.TotalAmount AS CategoryCostTypeTotal
					FROM Project
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS
                           on project.projectid= ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.projectid
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate
                           on ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId= ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId
                            LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCostInformation       
                               ON ProjectCategoryCostInformation.ProjectId = Project.ProjectId                                           
                           INNER JOIN CategoryCostType
                              ON CategoryCostType.ProjectTypeId=Project.ProjectTypeId
                              LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCosts         
                               ON Project.ProjectId = ProjectCategoryCosts.ProjectId AND ProjectCategoryCosts.IsOrderOfApprovalCost = 1  AND 
                               ProjectCategoryCosts.CategoryCostTypeId = CategoryCostType.CategoryCostTypeId  
                  WHERE Project.projectnumber in ('5001-01') 
    ) AS SourceTable
                  
PIVOT
(CategoryCostTypeTotal FOR CategoryCostType IN ([0], [1], [2], [3], [4],[5], [6], [7], [8], [9])) AS PivotTable;

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by:Subbu G
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Ne ver mind,

I got it.
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by:Subbu G
ID: 41731977
Ne ver mind, I got it.


SELECT 'CategoryCostTypeTotal' AS CategoryCostType,
[0] as 'Cat1', [1], [2], [3], [4],[5], [6], [7], [8], [9]
FROM
(
                          SELECT CategoryCostType.[Type]  AS CategoryCostType, ProjectCategoryCosts.TotalAmount AS CategoryCostTypeTotal
                              FROM Project
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS
                           on project.projectid= ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.projectid
                           INNER JOIN ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate
                           on ProjectPriorityAssignmentSRFSWQIFNPS.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId= ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDate.ProjectPriorityListOrderOfApprovalDateId
                            LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCostInformation      
                               ON ProjectCategoryCostInformation.ProjectId = Project.ProjectId                                          
                           INNER JOIN CategoryCostType
                              ON CategoryCostType.ProjectTypeId=Project.ProjectTypeId
                              LEFT JOIN ProjectCategoryCosts        
                               ON Project.ProjectId = ProjectCategoryCosts.ProjectId AND ProjectCategoryCosts.IsOrderOfApprovalCost = 1  AND
                               ProjectCategoryCosts.CategoryCostTypeId = CategoryCostType.CategoryCostTypeId  
                  WHERE Project.projectnumber in ('5001-01')
    ) AS SourceTable
                 
PIVOT
(avg(CategoryCostTypeTotal) FOR CategoryCostType IN ([0], [1], [2], [3], [4],[5], [6], [7], [8], [9])) AS PivotTable;
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