SQL Server 2012 :: Splitting Data Between Two Columns

Dec 15, 2014

Here's the resultset:


Expected result:

PR-10-01004-2 CC-09-00032-D

What I need is split the data into two columns if data in column Main starts with 'PR-' then output result to column P and if it starts with 'CC-' then to column C (the output needs to be in one table).

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SQL Server 2012 :: Splitting A Single Column Into Multiple Columns?

Mar 3, 2015

I have a description field in a table which also stores unit of measure in the same column but with some space between them, I need to split these into two different columns.

For Eg:


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Dec 11, 2013

How do I write a query using the split function for the following requirement.I have a table in the following way

Identity Name Col1 Col2 Col3
1 Test1 1,2,3 200,300,400 3,4,6
2 Test2 3,4,5 300,455,600 2,3,8

I want an output in the following format

Identity Name Col1 Col2 Col3
1 Test1 1 200 3
1 Test1 2 300 4
1 Test1 3 400 6
2 Test2 3 300 2
2 Test2 4 455 3
2 Test2 5 600 8

If you see the data, first element in col1 is matched to first element in col2 and 3 after splitting the string.

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SQL Server 2014 :: Splitting Similar Data Into Separate Columns?

Aug 18, 2015

If you see below there are 2 customer names on 1 loan, most of them share the same lastname and address, I want to separate it with fields,LoanID, customer 1 Firstname, Customer 1 Lastname, Customer 2 FirstName, Customer 2 Lastname, Adddress,zip

Loan IDFirst NameLastnameAddressaddress 2CityStateZip
1236048Joey Yesen xxxx abc GROVE RDNULLCLEVELANDTX77327
1236048Dickey Yesen xxxx abc GROVE RDNULLCLEVELANDTX77327
1235983Randy Seany xxxx abc Haleyville StNULLAuroraCO80018
1235983Barry Seanyxxxx abc Haleyville StNULLAuroraCO80018

The query I am using


from Loan AS L

LEFT JOIN Status As S on S.LoanID = L.LoanID
LEFT JOIN Borrower B on B.LoanID = L.LoanID
LEFT JOIN MailingAddress MA on MA.LoanID = L.LoanID
where S.PrimStat = '1' and B.Deceased = '0'

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Jun 22, 2015

Currently I have a column with multiple postcodes in one value which are split with the “/” character along with the corresponding location data. What I need to do is split these postcode values into separate rows while keeping their corresponding location data.

For example:


Would become


how this can be done?

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Jan 13, 2015

I have a very interesting problem in T-SQL coding for which I can't figure out the solution. Actually there is a Line_1_Address column in our data warehouse address table which is being populated from various sources. Some sources have already concatenated house number + street address fields in the Line_1_Address column whereas one source has separated columns for both data fields.

Now I'm trying to extract data from this data warehouse table and I need to split the house number from street address and load it into separate columns in my destination table. In case there is no data for house number then I should load it as NULL.

The issue is that data in this Line_1_Address column is very inconsistent so I don't know which functions to use. Here is some sample data for your consideration:

101 E Commerce ST
120 E Commerce ST
2 Po Box
301 W. Bel Air Ave
West Main Street, PO Box 1388

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Name. Below are the sample of names

Doxycycline 200 mg capsule
Effexor 100 mg tablet
Duragesic 50 mcg/hr Transderm Patch
Ambien CR 6.25 mg Tab

My desired results are below..

name dosemeasmisc
Effexor 100mgtablet
Duragesic 50mcgTransderm Patch
Ambien CR 6.25mgTab

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Mar 28, 2014

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Aug 27, 2014

I'm quite new to SQL. I'm able to extract the info that I need, but only into a result of one row, like:

Order header | Order details

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2 Andy Andy's way 2 24 Glue 3 35 39 Oyster 2 9

I would like the query to return it in this way:

2AndyAndy's way 2

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Table schematics


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Jul 10, 2014

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Entry might look like:

(datetime) date: 7/10/2014

(int) start-time 820

(int) end-time 1000

(int) duration 20

The result would needed:

(datetime) 7/10/2014 08:20:00

(datetime) 7/10/2014 08:40:00

(datetime) 7/10/2014 09:00:00

(datetime) 7/10/2014 09:20:00

(datetime) 7/10/2014 09:40:00

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RowID IDNo Date1 Date2 IsDateDiffLess14
1 123 04/10/2013 04/12/2013 0
2 123 05/10/2013 05/11/2013 1
3 123 05/21/2013 05/25/2013 0
4 112 01/10/2013 01/14/2013 1
5 112 01/27/2013 01/28/2013 0
6 120 03/10/2013 03/12/2013 0

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I have the following results:

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13AZ 40005056
13BY 30023
13BX 50003536
13BW 16001312
13BV 107009392
13BU 7000109110

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Feb 20, 2014

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Mar 19, 2015

From my query I am getting results like below in one of the column:

'immediate due 14,289.00
04/15/15 5,213.00
05/15/15 5,213.00
06/15/15 5,213.00
07/15/15 5,213.00
08/15/15 5,213.00
09/15/15 5,213.00
10/15/15 5,213.00
11/15/15 5,210.00'

this same type of many rows are there (i just mentioned one) but having same pattern with tabs as delimiter in between dates and amount.

I need something that shows Date on one side representing particular amount on the other

For Immediate Due it will be current date and the amount besides it.

how can I achieve this.

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Apr 21, 2015

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mac keys
6545da7n9hg8 hsi457s5sd77jk87

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Type Animal TestID
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Fish Cod 1
Bird Chicken 1
Reptile Snake 1
Bird Crow 2
Mammal Cow 2
Bird Ostrich 3

Test_name TestID
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_2 2
Test_2 2
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I am trying to create a table such as shown below:

Test_Name Bird Reptile Mammal Fish
Test_1 Chicken Snake Goat Cod
Test_2 Crow Cow
Test_3 Ostrich

This should be my final table. The approach I am currently using is to make multiple instances of Table_One and using joins to form this final table. So the column Bird, Reptile, Mammal and Fish all come from a different copy of Table_one.

For e.g

Test_Name AS 'Test_Name',
Table_Bird.Animal AS 'Birds',
Table_Mammal.Animal AS 'Mammal',
Table_Reptile.Animal AS 'Reptile,
Table_Fish.Animal AS 'Fish'
From Table_One

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The problem with this query is it only works when all entries for Birds, Mammals, Reptiles and Fish have some value. If one field is empty as for Test_Two or Test_Three, it doesn't return that record. I used Or instead of And in the WHERE clause but that didn't work as well.

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Hello All,

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44548 C: LogicalDiskFree Megabytes
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I'm trying to create some records for a data table (Table1) based on values in another table (Table2).

Table1 has the simple structure of

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Here is the structure and some example data from Table2

- PremID - PolicyID - Year - Prem01 - Prem02 - Prem03 - Prem04 - Prem05 - Prem06 - Prem07 - Prem08 - Prem09 - Prem10 - Prem11 - Prem12 -
- 000001 - 00000001 - 2013 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 100.00 - 130.00 - 130.00 - 130.00 -
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PremID is just the PrimaryKey. Then there's the year, and then a load of float fields, each representing a premium paid for each month of the year (01=Jan, 02=Feb etc).

Now what I am looking to achieve is to create separate rows for Table1 from this data.

Starting in January (Prem01), I wish to record a separate line each time the premium amount changes. The best way of exlaining this is to give an example based on the above data.

For the first row (2013), the premium at the start of the year (Prem01) is 100.00. This premium remains until it changes in Prem10 to 130.00. It then remains 130.00 for the rest of the year (Prem10 to Prem12). For this I would want to create 2 rows of data for Table1. The result should look like below.

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I'd then repeat this for each record in Table2, so based on the 2 lines I have shown above, the end result would be:

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- 000002 - 00000001 - 130.00 - 01-Oct-2013 - 31-Dec-2013 -
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