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How To write An Sql Crosstable Select statment


would like to know how to write a crosstable select statment in sql
server2000 where having:
- ItemNumber, ItemDescription , ItemColor, ItemSize as rows
- Stores as columns
- Qty * Netttc as value

from Table sales


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Joe Saliba (jo*******@hotm ail.com) writes:
would like to know how to write a crosstable select statment in sql
server2000 where having:
- ItemNumber, ItemDescription , ItemColor, ItemSize as rows
- Stores as columns
- Qty * Netttc as value

from Table sales

The problem here is that the result of SELECT statement is a table, and
in a relational DBMS, a table should have a fixed set of a columns.
Assuming that the number of stores than can change over time, the above
request - reasonable as it may be - does really fit in well. To achieve
the result, you will need to endulge in a lot of dynamic SQL. You may find
that it's easier to this client-side.

Nevertheless, a standard recommendation to this in SQL, is to look at
RAC, a third-party tool. I have never used it myself, though. Check out
Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarsk og.se

Books Online for SQL Server SP3 at
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