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We know that SQL Server does not have TRANSFORM function or similar functionality which you have in MS Access but here is the stored procedure to make your life easy.

Click here to copy the following block
Use master
go
drop proc sp_CrossTab
go
CREATE PROC sp_CrossTab
@table AS sysname, -- Table to crosstab
@onrows AS nvarchar(128), -- Grouping key values (on rows)
@onrowsalias AS sysname = NULL, -- Alias for grouping column
@oncols AS nvarchar(128), -- Destination columns (on columns)
@sumcol AS sysname = NULL -- Data cells
AS
DECLARE
@sql AS varchar(8000),
@NEWLINE AS char(1)

SET @NEWLINE = CHAR(10)

-- step 1: beginning of SQL string
SET @sql =
'SELECT' + @NEWLINE +
' ' + @onrows +
CASE
WHEN @onrowsalias IS NOT NULL THEN ' AS ' + @onrowsalias
ELSE ''
END

CREATE TABLE #keys(keyvalue nvarchar(100) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY)

DECLARE @keyssql AS varchar(1000)
SET @keyssql =
'INSERT INTO #keys ' +
'SELECT DISTINCT CAST(' + @oncols + ' AS nvarchar(100)) ' +
'FROM ' + @table

EXEC (@keyssql)

DECLARE @key AS nvarchar(100)
SELECT @key = MIN(keyvalue) FROM #keys

WHILE @key IS NOT NULL
BEGIN
SET @sql = @sql + ',' + @NEWLINE +
' SUM(CASE CAST(' + @oncols +
' AS nvarchar(100))' + @NEWLINE +
' WHEN N''' + @key +
''' THEN ' + CASE
WHEN @sumcol IS NULL THEN '1'
ELSE @sumcol
END + @NEWLINE +
' ELSE 0' + @NEWLINE +
' END) AS [' + @key + ']'

SELECT @key = MIN(keyvalue) FROM #keys
WHERE keyvalue > @key
END
SET @sql = @sql + @NEWLINE +
'FROM ' + @table + @NEWLINE +
'GROUP BY ' + @onrows + @NEWLINE +
'ORDER BY ' + @onrows

-- PRINT @sql + @NEWLINE -- For debug
EXEC (@sql)
GO

/********using the crosstab sp****************/

GO
USE Northwind
go
EXEC master.dbo.sp_CrossTab
@table = 'Northwind.dbo.Orders',
@onrows = 'MONTH(OrderDate)',
@onrowsalias = 'OrderMonth',
@oncols = 'YEAR(OrderDate)'

Go
USE Pubs
go
EXEC master.dbo.sp_CrossTab
@table = 'Pubs.dbo.Sales',
@onrows = 'stor_id',
@oncols = 'YEAR(ord_date)',
@sumcol = 'qty'


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Submitted By : Nayan Patel  (Member Since : 5/26/2004 12:23:06 PM)

Job Description : He is the moderator of this site and currently working as an independent consultant. He works with VB.net/ASP.net, SQL Server and other MS technologies. He is MCSD.net, MCDBA and MCSE. In his free time he likes to watch funny movies and doing oil painting.
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