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How to create a table using partial data from two row

Hello I have a table that has data from two sources but have same ID

ID A B C D 123 xyz xxy xxd xxa 123 abc abd def xxr

I want to create a table that uses partial data from both rows

123 xyz xxy def xxr

How can i Do this?

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    Posted on May 18, 2015 at 08:05 PM

    Hi,

    it depends on how you want to get the valueas for the rows. In your example your getting , for A column, the value from the first row, but in column C, you´re getting from the second one.

    Regards,

    Rogerio

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    • Follow the above method, if you can get the data in two tables and you want the result set in one view.

      But what if you have only one table for both the sources(combined data). It is a kind of reverse engineering but for some reason if you have no control over the tables from the source, follow the below method (note, you will need to have a column "datasource" to check from where the data is coming)

      Create two alias tables (just one is enough but to keep the original table intact, create two) and insert a self join with filter on Datasource. Now drag and drop the objects that you want and you will get the desired results.

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