sql server - Wie transformiere ich SQL-Spalten in Zeilen?

original title: "sql server - How do I Transform Sql Columns into Rows?"


I have a very simple problem which requires a very quick and simple solution in SQL Server 2005.

I have a table with x Columns. I want to be able to select one row from the table and then transform the columns into rows.

Column1, Column2, Column3

SQL Statement to ruturn

Value of Column1
Value of Column2
Value of Column3

@Kevin: I've had a google search on the topic but alot of the example where overly complex for my example, are you able to help further?

@Mario: The solution I am creating has 10 columns which stores the values 0 to 6 and I must work out how many columns have the value 3 or more. So I thought about creating a query to turn that into rows and then using the generated table in a subquery to say count the number of rows with Column >= 3

Ich habe ein sehr einfaches Problem, das eine sehr schnelle und einfache Lösung in SQL Server 2005 erfordert. Ich habe eine Tabelle mit x Spalten. Ich möchte in der Lage sein, eine Zeile aus der Tabelle auszuwählen und dann ...

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    You should take a look at the UNPIVOT clause.

    Update1: GateKiller, strangely enough I read an article (about something unrelated) about it this morning and I'm trying to jog my memory where I saw it again, had some decent looking examples too. It'll come back to me I'm sure.

    Update2: Found it: http://weblogs.sqlteam.com/jeffs/archive/2008/04/23/unpivot.aspx

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    I had to do this for a project before. One of the major difficulties I had was explaining what I was trying to do to other people. I spent a ton of time trying to do this in SQL, but I found the pivot function woefully inadequate. I do not remember the exact reason why it was, but it is too simplistic for most applications, and it isn't full implemented in MS SQL 2000. I wound up writing a pivot function in .NET. I'll post it here in hopes it helps someone, someday.

     ''' <summary>
        ''' Pivots a data table from rows to columns
        ''' </summary>
        ''' <param name="dtOriginal">The data table to be transformed</param>
        ''' <param name="strKeyColumn">The name of the column that identifies each row</param>
        ''' <param name="strNameColumn">The name of the column with the values to be transformed from rows to columns</param>
        ''' <param name="strValueColumn">The name of the column with the values to pivot into the new columns</param>
        ''' <returns>The transformed data table</returns>
        ''' <remarks></remarks>
        Public Shared Function PivotTable(ByVal dtOriginal As DataTable, ByVal strKeyColumn As String, ByVal strNameColumn As String, ByVal strValueColumn As String) As DataTable
            Dim dtReturn As DataTable
            Dim drReturn As DataRow
            Dim strLastKey As String = String.Empty
            Dim blnFirstRow As Boolean = True
            ' copy the original data table and remove the name and value columns
            dtReturn = dtOriginal.Clone
            ' create a new row for the new data table
            drReturn = dtReturn.NewRow
            ' Fill the new data table with data from the original table
            For Each drOriginal As DataRow In dtOriginal.Rows
                ' Determine if a new row needs to be started
                If drOriginal(strKeyColumn).ToString <> strLastKey Then
                    ' If this is not the first row, the previous row needs to be added to the new data table
                    If Not blnFirstRow Then
                    End If
                    blnFirstRow = False
                    drReturn = dtReturn.NewRow
                    ' Add all non-pivot column values to the new row
                    For Each dcOriginal As DataColumn In dtOriginal.Columns
                        If dcOriginal.ColumnName <> strNameColumn AndAlso dcOriginal.ColumnName <> strValueColumn Then
                            drReturn(dcOriginal.ColumnName.ToLower) = drOriginal(dcOriginal.ColumnName.ToLower)
                        End If
                    strLastKey = drOriginal(strKeyColumn).ToString
                End If
                ' Add new columns if needed and then assign the pivot values to the proper column
                If Not dtReturn.Columns.Contains(drOriginal(strNameColumn).ToString) Then
                    dtReturn.Columns.Add(drOriginal(strNameColumn).ToString, drOriginal(strValueColumn).GetType)
                End If
                drReturn(drOriginal(strNameColumn).ToString) = drOriginal(strValueColumn)
            ' Add the final row to the new data table
            ' Return the transformed data table
            Return dtReturn
        End Function

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    UNION should be your friend:

    SELECT Column1 FROM table WHERE idColumn = 1
    SELECT Column2 FROM table WHERE idColumn = 1
    SELECT Column3 FROM table WHERE idColumn = 1

    but it can also be your foe on large result sets.

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    If you have a fixed set of columns and you know what they are, you can basically do a series of subselects

    (SELECT Column1 AS ResultA FROM TableA) as R1

    and join the subselects. All this in a single query.

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    I'm not sure of the SQL Server syntax for this but in MySQL I would do

    SELECT IDColumn, ( IF( Column1 >= 3, 1, 0 ) + IF( Column2 >= 3, 1, 0 ) + IF( Column3 >= 3, 1, 0 ) + ... [snip ] )
      AS NumberOfColumnsGreaterThanThree
    FROM TableA;

    EDIT: A very (very) brief Google search tells me that the CASE statement does what I am doing with the IF statement in MySQL. You may or may not get use out of the Google result I found

    FURTHER EDIT: I should also point out that this isn't an answer to your question but an alternative solution to your actual problem.

  • Raymond Lee
    SELECT IDColumn, 
           NumberOfColumnsGreaterThanThree = (CASE WHEN Column1 >= 3 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) + 
                                             (CASE WHEN Column2 >= 3 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) + 
                                             (Case WHEN Column3 >= 3 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) 
    FROM TableA;