SQL Server 2-D Matrix Builder

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This project is all about bringing a *2-D matrix builder* to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (or later). Why do we need this? If you need to build a query where the returned resultset colums are not actual tables columns but instead some tables records content, you will need the "...

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