I need help with one transpose. For example, when I create the tables, all the columns are in tabular format,
but I want to transpose one specific column into a row, which means one "sequence" number, below is the note about that "Sequence" but transposed, so as all the rest of the "Sequence" numbers.
Thank you for your patience and time and hope to hear back from you soon.
Can you provide some sample/mock data of input and desired output? Also, what do you plan to do with data structured that way? Perhaps there is an alternate approach we can propose.
For example, this is the input of the table
The desired output is to transpose "Work Instructions Notes",for example, "cosmetic" to a row right below its sequence number "110", and whatever in the notes will be below "Op code" "Op name" and "work center". Work Instructions Notes will be a separate row for this specific Sequence.
So there will be a big amount of sequence numbers with Work Instructions Notes and each work instruction will be right below that sequence number. Also, I need to print out the full PDF report about all the data. As we know, online service PDF is not able to print out all the columns and rows. I'm thinking about how to make this happen through Paginated Reports using Report Builder.
Thank you for your patience, Pat.
Thank you for the additional information. Rather than re-structure your data, you should be able to accomplish that just on the report side (Power BI or Paginated Reports). For example, you could add an expression that concatenates those two fields along with a carriage return. Or you could nest report elements under a group.
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