Table With Two Columns To Pivot

Aug 20, 2014

I have a table with this data structure (Before section)

I have the query below to generate date as in (After section)

But I would like to have (Desired section) view where start and end tasks are next to each other

Here is the query

,[Final] AS [Final Start]
,[Edit] as [Edit Start]
,[Proof] as [Proof Start]
,[Stage] as [Stage Start]
,[Marketing] as [Marketing Start]

[Code] ....

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Using Two SUM Columns In A Pivot Table

Feb 6, 2008

I currently have a pivot table that is working great but I need to add to it. The below code is giving me the total ServiceTime per date, which is dynamic. I need to split this service time out depending on the stage of this note.

1) If the note has been signed
2) If the note has been signed and countersigned

SUM(CASE WHEN countersigned_id IS NULL AND signed_id IS NOT NULL THEN ISNULL(d.time_face, 0) + ISNULL(d.time_other, 0) ELSE
0 END) as PendingServiceTime,

SUM(CASE WHEN countersigned_id IS NOT NULL THEN ISNULL(d.time_face, 0) + ISNULL(d.time_other, 0) ELSE
0 END) as ApprovedServiceTime

How do I add this to my pivot table query? I am thinking that I need to have two seperate queries and join them together some how.

SELECT lastname + ', ' + firstname as FullName, [12/3/2007], [12/4/2007], [12/5/2007]
FROM (SELECT p.LastName, p.FirstName, t.ServiceDate,

ISNULL(d.time_face, 0) + ISNULL(d.time_other, 0) AS ServiceTime

FROM dbo.allNotes(8) AS t
LEFT JOIN dbo.note_Collateral_provider AS d ON d.note_Collateral_id = t.ID
LEFT JOIN dbo.Personnel as p ON d.personnel_id = p.ID
LEFT JOIN dbo.Clients as c on t.ClientID = c.ID
LEFT JOIN fPayor(8) fp on fp.noteId = and fp.dbTable = 'collateral'
LEFT JOIN dbo.payor py ON py.ID = substring(fp.fPayorName, 41, 19)
LEFT JOIN dbo.payorinfo pyInfo ON pyInfo.ID = py.payorinfoid
WHERE t.AgencyID = 8 AND t.tableName = 'collateral'
AND t.not_billable_reason_id IS NULL AND VOID_ID IS NULL
AND ((t.signed_id IS NOT NULL AND t.countersigned_id IS NULL) OR (t.countersigned_id IS NOT NULL))
AND t.ServiceDate BETWEEN CONVERT(DATETIME, '12/03/2007') AND CONVERT(DATETIME, '12/05/2007')
) rs Pivot (SUM(rs.ServiceTime) FOR rs.ServiceDate IN ([12/3/2007], [12/4/2007], [12/5/2007]

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Feb 15, 2008

I have the following Pivot Table:

Code Snippet
Declare @tblEquipment Table
numEquipmentID INT,
txtManufacturer nvarchar(30),
txtModel nvarchar(30)
Declare @tblEquipmentFields Table
numFieldNameID INT,
txtFieldName nvarchar(25)
Declare @tblEquipmentDetails Table
numEquipmentDetailsID INT,
numEquipmentID INT,
numFieldNameID INT,
txtFieldValue nvarchar(30)
Insert INTO @tblEquipment Values(23, 'Dell', 'Optiplex 270')
Insert INTO @tblEquipment Values(26, 'Dell', '1705FP')
Insert INTO @tblEquipment Values(42, 'Dell', 'Optiples 745')
Insert INTO @tblEquipmentFields Values(1, 'Monitor Size')
Insert INTO @tblEquipmentFields Values(2, 'Processor Type')
Insert INTO @tblEquipmentDetails Values(1077, 23, 2, 'P4M')
Insert INTO @tblEquipmentDetails Values(1146, 26, 1, '17')
Insert INTO @tblEquipmentDetails Values(1026, 42, 2, 'P4 Dual Core')
Select numEquipmentID As EquipmentID, [Monitor Size], [Processor Type]
(Select a.numEquipmentID, txtManufacturer, txtModel, txtFieldName, txtFieldValue
From @tblEquipment a JOIN
@tblEquipmentDetails b ON
a.numEquipmentID = b.numEquipmentID
JOIN @tblEquipmentFields c ON
b.numFieldNameID = c.numFieldNameID
) As SourceTable
For txtFieldName IN ([Monitor Size], [Processor Type])
) As PivotTable

What I'm wondering is if it's possible to have the columns change dynamically. For example:

If lets say I only want the record with numEquipmentID of 23 to show I only want its corresponding information to show

EquipmentID ProcessorType
23 P4M

Now lets say that I want to bring back an additional record, like 23 and 26 I would like the columns to change to the following

EquipmentID ProcessorType Monitor Size
26 NULL 17

So in essence a column will be added based on the equipmentID. Thanks in advanced.

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deck char(3),
Jib_in float,
rev int,
rev_insight int,
jib_out float,

[Code] .....

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SET @columns = N'';
SELECT @columns += N', p.' + QUOTENAME(deck)
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[Code] ....

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Nov 20, 2015

Running SQL Server 2005, trying to develop an SSRS report to basically pivot a table of data with multiple columns.

Here's the basic source table:

Day    Cases   Referrals    Vends
1         291          0             0
2         293          1             0
3         293          1             1

And I want to display it as:

Day             1       2       3
Cases         291   293   293
Referrals       0        1      1
Vends           0        0      1

I thought I could use a matrix for this but I can't seem to get it worked out. Is this even possible?

The Day number is meant to represent the day of the month and the user would input a start and ending date parameter.

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Feb 3, 2015

I have this query:

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dbo.Filteredfs_franchise.fs_franchisetypename AS [Franchise Type], dbo.Filteredfs_franchise.fs_franchisenumber AS [Franchise Number],
dbo.Filteredfs_franchise.fs_transactiontypename AS [Transaction Type], dbo.Filteredfs_franchise.fs_franchisestatusname AS [Status Code],

[Code] ....

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This has to be dynamic, because each FranchiseID can have anywhere from 1 to 12 respective owners and those can be any combination of of Entity and Individual. Please, see the attached example for Franchise Number 129 (that one would have 6 additional columns because there are 3 Individual owners with 1 respective Percentage of ownership).

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SELECT P2Firstname AS FirstName, P2LastName as LastName, P2birthday AS birthday, HouseholdIncome, HouseholdNumber of Children, <other "household" columns>

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Hi all,

In MyDatabase, I have a TABLE dbo.LabData created by the following SQLQuery.sql:
USE MyDatabase
CREATE TABLE dbo.LabResults
SampleName varchar(25) NOT NULL,
AnalyteName varchar(25) NOT NULL,
Concentration decimal(6.2) NULL)
--Inserting data into a table
INSERT dbo.LabResults (SampleID, SampleName, AnalyteName, Concentration)
VALUES (1, 'MW2', 'Acetone', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (2, 'MW2', 'Dichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (3, 'MW2', 'Trichloroethene', 20.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (4, 'MW2', 'Chloroform', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (5, 'MW2', 'Methylene Chloride', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (6, 'MW6S', 'Acetone', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (7, 'MW6S', 'Dichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (8, 'MW6S', 'Trichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (9, 'MW6S', 'Chloroform', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (10, 'MW6S', 'Methylene Chloride', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (11, 'MW7', 'Acetone', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (12, 'MW7', 'Dichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (13, 'MW7', 'Trichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (14, 'MW7', 'Chloroform', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (15, 'MW7', 'Methylene Chloride', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (16, 'TripBlank', 'Acetone', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (17, 'TripBlank', 'Dichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (18, 'TripBlank', 'Trichloroethene', 1.00)
INSERT ) VALUES (19, 'TripBlank', 'Chloroform', 0.76)
INSERT ) VALUES (20, 'TripBlank', 'Methylene Chloride', 0.51)

A desired Pivot Table is like:

MW2 MW6S MW7 TripBlank

Acetone 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

Dichloroethene 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

Trichloroethene 20.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

Chloroform 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.76

Methylene Chloride 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.51


I write the following SQLQuery.sql code for creating a Pivot Table from the Table dbo.LabData by using the PIVOT operator:

USE MyDatabase


USE TABLE dbo.LabData


SELECT AnalyteName, [1] AS MW2, AS MW6S, [11] AS MW7, [16] AS TripBlank


(SELECT SampleName, AnalyteName, Concentration

FROM dbo.LabData) p



SUM (Concentration)

FOR AnalyteName IN ([1], , [11], [16])

) AS pvt

ORDER BY SampleName



I executed the above-mentioned code and I got the following error messages:

Msg 156, Level 15, State 1, Line 1

Incorrect syntax near the keyword 'TABLE'.

Msg 207, Level 16, State 1, Line 1

Invalid column name 'AnalyteName'.

I do not know what is wrong in the code statements of my SQLQuery.sql. Please help and advise me how to make it right and work for me.

Thanks in advance,

Scott Chang

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1 - 6
7 - 12
13 - 18
19 - 24
25 - 30
31 - 36
37 - 42
43 - 48
49 - 54
55 - 60
61 - 66
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[Code] ...

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I want to obtain this:

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OR Period = @period - 1
) p
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I have tried to use the @period but it doesn't work.

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