SQL: mutiple rows one column to multiple columns one row
In InfoMaker SQL can you take a table with multiple
rows for the same key and take a column from the
rows and create mutiple columns with one
report line with the key(no duplicate keys) on a report? For example
(key) (book title)
The report I need would look like this
Key title1 title2 title 3
123 misery titanic roots
456 war 1984 giant
Thanks in advance.
...SQL,Make Multiple values for multiple columns into one column separated by comma
I'm getting the result as this
Name Class Subject------------------------------------------Anju 10 MathsAnju 10 Physics
How to write the query to get the result like this
Name Class Subjects------------...is it possible to turn 1 column,many rows into one row,many columns in sql ?
Hi AllI have the following query:Select CategoryName From Category Where CategoryId In(Select SkillId From SpecialitySkills Where CopywriterId = 13) It gives me the correct results but not in the form that i want, i would like it to be in one row, many columns. its in 1 column, many rows.Any ideas?
You must be talking about displaying it on a web page? Just create a loop that runs through the rows of the data that is returned then just make html table:dim tablestring as string = "<table><tr>" for i as integer = 0 to dt.rows.count - 1 tablestring += &...concatenate multiple rows in one row
i have a table
id text1 text2
-------------------------------118 id12 text123 7118 4 retre 8118 3 erwetre
i need to convert the rows to columns in sql server 2000(pivot in 2005 but i dont want in 2005)
id text1 text2 text1 text2 text1 &...Display multiple columns in Gridview from One Column of SQL table
Hi I have a table in sql with 2 columns and I want to display that in multiple columns in Gridview.
What I would like to do is to have a layout like this
ID Description SomeOthercolumn
ID Short description Text Some other value
Long description Text that will span multiple columns
ID #2 Short description Text #2 Some other value #2
Long description Text that will span multiple columns #2
Get the picture. This is not a problem with repeaters, because you ha...concatenate a column from multiple rows
I am not sure if its right to post it here, I would like
to know the SQL to concatenate a column from multiple rows
in an object?? I am using TransactSQL.
I have an object with below records
I need the ourput like below
Thanks in advance
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> I am not sure if its right to post it here, I would like
>...Inserting Multiple Rows in One SQL
Hi, would like to know if there are any links or sample code to learn how to Insert multiple rows with 1 sql statement.Also, can the inserted values' source be from a table in another database table or from a dataset?I am actually trying to insert about 117 rows of data.Table 1======UID Primary Key TeamCode a code value representing different teams Week will equal to 2Points &n...query that concatenates multiple rows into one
e.g. If the data rows in a single table are -
the query output should be like this
Please help me regarding this,
Can you reformulate your question? ..
I didn't understand what you want.
If there is a table 'table1' with two columns 'col1' and 'col2', which looks like as shown in above,
I want to write a query that, so that the result s...Binding Multiple Rows to One DataGrid Column
I need to display the content of database columns a, b, c, d in one DataGrid row by inserting break line between them. Columns b, c and d are somethimes empty and I dont want to insert break line if they are empty. Can anyone please help me how to do this...
I have something like this so far.....
Dim Col1 As New BoundColumn
Col1.DataField = ("a") & ("b") ---> it doesnt work...
I need to display the content of database columns a, b, c, d in one DataGrid row by inserting break line between them
Can...Concatenate varchar columns across multiple rows
Hi all, Is it possible in SQL to use the GROUP BY clause (or some other built in SQL clause) to SUM not only numbers but also strings so the result is a concatenated string. So the query might look like...SELECT myGroupCode, SUM(Surname + ', ') As ConcatenatedSurnames FROM tblPeople GROUP BY myGroupCodeThe result returned in column ConcatenatedSurnames is..."Jordan, Bird, Johnson, Erving"Is there a simple way of doing this?Thanks for your time.
select distinct myGroupCode, stuff((select ',' + SurName from tblPeople where myGroupCode = t.myGroupCode),1,1,...Filter one datasource column with multiple values
I've done some poking around, but didn't see an answer on this.
I have a GridDataSource that I want to filter when the page loads. But I want to filter a column by multiple values, like using a "contains" or an "in".
The column is an integer value. I tried this: protected void GridDataSource_Selecting(object sender, LinqDataSourceSelectEventArgs e)
using (MyDBContext db = new MyDBContext ())
e.Result = db.Employees.Where(emp => _currentUser.ShiftIds.Contains(emp.ShiftID)); }
...update multiple columns in one sql statements
I am almost sure I can update variables columns in one select/case type
statement, but having problems working out the syntax.
I have a table with transactions - with tran types as the key.
in this example, types = A,B,C ,D.
in this first example I am updating the sum of QTY to value t_A based on
tran types =A.
can I perform sub query/case to update with the same where clause
but for types B,C and D?? I also have to insert for specific lot numbers each sum values.
Create table #t_reconcile(
t_lot_number int not null,
t_A ...SQL Multiple values from one column query?
Im trying to make a query that returns data like so:I have the following columns; Name, Description, Link, Year, Sketched, Colouredin which Year is an Int, Sketched and Coloured are boolean and the rest are varchar(xx). Now I want a query in which I can choose to get something with the following values: Year either 2007 or 2008 , Sketched either true or false and Coloured is true.I tried something like this: SELECT Name, Description, Link, Year, Sketched, Coloured
WHERE (Year = @Year1 OR
Year = @Year2 OR