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How to convert rows into column (2 Merged) [message #567253] Tue, 25 September 2012 12:12 Go to next message
rituraj.2713
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How to convert station & date wise multiple rows to date wise coloumn
I have a table TEST like this,

STN_Name Date State
DELHI 1-Sep-201 G
DELHI 2-Sep-201 B
DELHI 3-Sep-201 G
DELHI 4-Sep-201 G
DELHI 5-Sep-201 G
DELHI 6-Sep-201 M
DELHI 7-Sep-201 G
DELHI 8-Sep-201 G
DELHI 9-Sep-201 G
DELHI ......... ..
DELHI 30 Sep 2012 G
KOLKATA 1-Sep-201 G
KOLKATA 2-Sep-201 B
KOLKATA 3-Sep-201 B
KOLKATA 4-Sep-201 B
KOLKATA 5-Sep-201 G
KOLKATA 6-Sep-201 M
KOLKATA 7-Sep-201 G
KOLKATA 8-Sep-201 G
KOLKATA 9-Sep-201 B

I want output like this

STN_Name 1-Sep-2012 2-Sep-2012 3-Sep-2012 4-Sep-2012 5-Sep-2012 ............Sep 2012
DELHI G B G G G M
KOLKATA G B B B G M


Please help me with suitable SQL query in 10G or above
Re: How to convert rows into coloumn [message #567256 is a reply to message #567253] Tue, 25 September 2012 12:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: How to convert rows into column (2 Merged) [message #567261 is a reply to message #567253] Tue, 25 September 2012 12:39 Go to previous message
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