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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 6:12 AM
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I have this query that gives me

Select WeekRange as WeekRange,
[Open] as 'Open', [Resolved] as 'Resolved', [Pending] as 'Pending', [Other] as 'Other'
From
(
Select weekRange, Status from ##TempInteractionData
) As SourceTable
Pivot
(
Count(Status) for Status in ([Open], [Resolved], [Pending], [Other])
) As PivotTable

The output looks like this
What it is doing is sorting the data within a month and then the month itself

WeekRange Open Resolved Pending Other
01/05 ~ 01/11 17 36 1 1
01/12 ~ 01/18 21 119 1 1
01/19 ~ 01/25 8 32 0 0
12/15 ~ 12/21 2 2 3 0
12/22 ~ 12/28 0 2 1 0
12/29 ~ 01/04 3 4 1 0

But what i need is the last 6 week ranges in descending order. Note that the order is month/date and the data for the month 12 is from 2013. So i need 2014 data (first 3 rows) in descending and 2013 data (last 3 rows in descending) order after that.
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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:28 AM


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You need to add the year to your weekrange column (or add it in a different column). Even if you don't display it, you need the information so SQL Server can order by it.


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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:38 AM
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Hi Luis

Select WeekRange as WeekRange,
[Open] as 'Open', [Resolved] as 'Resolved', [Pending] as 'Pending', [Other] as 'Other'
From
(
Select weekRange, Year, Status from ##TempInteractionData
) As SourceTable
Pivot
(
Count(Status) for Status in ([Open], [Resolved], [Pending], [Other])
) As PivotTable
Order by year

I did this. Now what happens is for a particular week when the year changes from 2013 to 2014 the data is displayed twice. The same will happen if i include month (which will also be necessary in the future).

The data is displayed as follows:

WeekRange Open Resolved Pending Other
12/15 ~ 12/21 2 2 3 0
12/22 ~ 12/28 0 2 1 0
12/29 ~ 01/04 2 0 1 0
01/05 ~ 01/11 17 36 1 1
01/12 ~ 01/18 21 119 1 1
01/19 ~ 01/25 8 32 0 0
12/29 ~ 01/04 1 4 0 0
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Posted Wednesday, January 22, 2014 9:49 AM


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ashok.theagarajan (1/22/2014)

I did this. Now what happens is for a particular week when the year changes from 2013 to 2014 the data is displayed twice. The same will happen if i include month (which will also be necessary in the future).


Why would it be displayed twice? You should relate your range with only one year and one month.
In my company, our first week for 2014 included from '2013-12-30' to '2014-01-05'. The whole week belongs to the first month of 2014 and not partly to one and partly to the other. The correct assignment depends on your rules.
It would be of great help if you post DDL and sample data to give us something to test and find out possible problems.



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