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Need the Recordset with high performance


Need the Recordset with high performance

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DECLARE @TblData TABLE( OrganizationName VARCHAR(100), DeptName VARCHAR(50), Total int)

INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'AAACompanyLtd', 'HumanResourse', 122)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'AAACompanyLtd', 'Finance', 83)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'AAACompanyLtd', 'HelpDesk', 63)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'AAACompanyLtd', 'ITDevision', 563)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'XYZprivateLtd', 'HumanResourse', 12)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'XYZprivateLtd', 'Finance', 31)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'XYZprivateLtd', 'HelpDesk', 42)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'TeamOutsouce', 'Finance', 21)
INSERT INTO @TblData VALUES( 'TeamOutsouce', 'ITDevision', 11)

select * from @TblData

I need the record set in MS SQL as below. Please help. I am using MS SQL server 2008

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SlNo# OrganizationName HumanResourse Finance HelpDesk ITDevision GrandTotal
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 AAACompanyLtd 122 83 63 563 831
2 XYZprivate Ltd 12 31 42 - 85
3 TeamOutsouce - 21 - 11 32
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
GrandTotal 134 135 105 574 948
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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-- standard crosstab query
SELECT [SlNo#] = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY GrandTotal DESC),
OrganizationName, HumanResourse, Finance, HelpDesk, ITDevision, GrandTotal
FROM (
SELECT
OrganizationName,
HumanResourse = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HumanResourse' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
Finance = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'Finance' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
HelpDesk = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HelpDesk' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
ITDevision = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'ITDevision' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
GrandTotal = SUM(Total)
FROM @TblData
GROUP BY OrganizationName
) d



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He can use roll up to get the bottom total too like below but I am not able to sort it right as he want based on Grandtotal.

SELECT [SlNo#] = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY OrganizationName DESC), 
OrganizationName, HumanResourse, Finance, HelpDesk, ITDevision, GrandTotal
FROM (
SELECT top 100 percent
CASE WHEN (GROUPING(OrganizationName) = 1) THEN ' GrandTotal'
ELSE ISNULL(OrganizationName, 'UNKNOWN') end as OrganizationName ,
--OrganizationName,
HumanResourse = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HumanResourse' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
Finance = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'Finance' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
HelpDesk = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HelpDesk' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
ITDevision = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'ITDevision' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
GrandTotal = SUM(Total)
FROM TblData
GROUP BY OrganizationName WITH ROLLUP
--COMPUTE SUM(Total)

) d


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Thanks Guys It helped me lot.

Also I tried it to sortby Organizations since GrandTotal needs to appear on bottom

SELECT [SlNo#] = ROW_NUMBER() OVER(ORDER BY CASE WHEN ORGANIZATIONNAME = 'GrandTotal' THEN 'ZZZZZZ' ELSE ORGANIZATIONNAME END Asc), 
ORGANIZATIONNAME, HUMANRESOURSE, FINANCE, HELPDESK, ITDEVISION, GRANDTOTAL
FROM (
SELECT top 100 percent
CASE WHEN (GROUPING(OrganizationName) = 1) THEN 'GrandTotal'
ELSE ISNULL(OrganizationName, 'UNKNOWN') end as OrganizationName ,
--OrganizationName,
HumanResourse = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HumanResourse' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
Finance = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'Finance' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
HelpDesk = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'HelpDesk' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
ITDevision = SUM(CASE WHEN DeptName = 'ITDevision' THEN Total ELSE 0 END),
GrandTotal = SUM(Total)
FROM @TblData
GROUP BY OrganizationName WITH ROLLUP
) d


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