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Posted Jul 27, 2004

Dynamic Pivoting

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From SQLServer Magazine]

The PIVOT() function, a new T-SQL construct in SQL Server 2005, lets you rotate data from rows to columns. Last month in "Pivot (or Unpivot) Your Data," InstantDoc ID 42901, I covered the basics of PIVOT() by showing you how to rotate attributes from rows to columns and how to aggregate data. In all my examples, you know the result column list beforehand, so you could write static T-SQL queries to provide the desired result. This month, I discuss a scenario in which you don't know the result column list ahead of time and demonstrate some dynamic T-SQL code that returns the desired result. I also show you how to use the PIVOT() operator to concatenate strings.

The article continues at http://www.winnetmag.com/SQLServer/Article/ArticleID/43140/43140.html



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