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How to write Transpose in Oracle Please Help


How to write Transpose in Oracle Please Help

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sample date
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source
------
ID-----NAME-----------ADD1--------ADD2---------ADD3------ADD4-------ADD5---------ADD6

1 ------ ABC 12B 13B 14B 15B 16B 17B
2 ------ BBC 10V VCF BB
3------ ADD 30

TARGET
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id ------ NAME------ADD
1-------ABC--------12B
1-------ABC--------10V
1-------ABC--------13B
1-------ABC--------14B
1-------ABC--------15B
1-------ABC--------16B
1-------ABC--------17B
2-------BBC--------10V
2-------BBC--------VCF
2-------BBC--------BB
3-------ADD--------30
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You are not too likely to find a lot of Oracle people around here since this is sql server forum. Even if you do, they will ask you for the same thing. ddl (create table), sample data (insert statements) and desired output based on your sample data. From what you posted i am not exactly sure what you have as tables and what you want as output. And of course in Oracle I am useless. :-)

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if you google "Oracle UNPIVOT", you should get some examples of this "transpose" thing you are looking for.

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WITH source(ID, NAME, ADD1, ADD2, ADD3, ADD4, ADD5, ADD6) AS (
SELECT 1, 'ABC', '12B', '13B', '14B', '15B', '16B', '17B' FROM dual
UNION ALL
SELECT 2, 'BBC', '10V', 'VCF', 'BB', NULL, NULL, NULL FROM dual
UNION ALL
SELECT 3, 'ADD', '30', NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL FROM dual
)
SELECT ID, NAME, "ADD"
FROM source
UNPIVOT ( "ADD" FOR col IN (ADD1, ADD2, ADD3, ADD4, ADD5, ADD6));



Tested on oracle 11.2.0.1.

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Tested on oracle 11.2.0.1.


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Thanks this example works perfectly...But This is an example i have provided but in real life we have table and columns names.

Can you give me this as columns names with out selecting data.
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Thanks this example works perfectly...But This is an example i have provided but in real life we have table and columns names.

Can you give me this as columns names with out selecting data.


Sorry, but I can't believe you can't do it yourself.

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Also, you didn't provide any table name. Is "source" the name of your table?

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I am only Concerned on this

SELECT 1, 'ABC', '12B', '13B', '14B', '15B', '16B', '17B' FROM dual
UNION ALL
SELECT 2, 'BBC', '10V', 'VCF', 'BB', NULL, NULL, NULL FROM dual
UNION ALL
SELECT 3, 'ADD', '30', NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL FROM dual
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