Pivot table

s imam 21 Reputation points
2022-04-07T22:27:15.05+00:00

Hi my data looks like below

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I want my reports like below

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  1. Isabellaz-1451 3,616 Reputation points
    2022-04-08T04:16:22.817+00:00

    Hi @s imam

    You can change your dataset like this:

    create table tabledemo  
    ([year] int ,  
     [city] varchar(20),  
     [zip] varchar(20))  
      
     insert into tabledemo  
     select 2018,'CHI','773'  
     UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2018,'VA','703'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2018,'MA','777'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2019,'TX','703'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2019,'NY','703'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2020,'PA','333'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2020,'SA','111'  
      
       UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2020,'HOU','333'  
      UNION ALL  
     SELECT 2020,'WA','111'  
      
     with cte as(SELECT * , groupby = ROW_NUMBER()over(partition by [year] order by (select 1)) FROM tabledemo)  
     select * from cte   
     unpivot  
     ([value] for [type] in([city],[zip]))up  
    

    the result :
    191134-image.png

    report design:
    191212-image.png
    preview:
    191049-image.png
    then you can delete the groupby column like this:
    191050-image.png
    final preview:
    191213-image.png

    Best Regards,
    Isabella


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  1. Olaf Helper 42,386 Reputation points
    2022-04-08T05:59:28.94+00:00

    Pivot table

    For this you can use the T-SQL build-in function PIVOT, see
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/queries/from-using-pivot-and-unpivot?view=sql-server-ver15

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  2. s imam 21 Reputation points
    2022-04-11T02:25:39.213+00:00

    Thank you everyone, really appreciate it.

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