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i work on SQL server 2012
my problem is column alias on dynamic SQL query not working
so how to solve problem
issue on this line
suppose column name is lifecycle
this meaning @columndate will be lifecycleDate
on print show that
but after that when use @columndate on query .
alias not working and still print column name
CONVERT(VARCHAR,' + @columnname + 'Date ,111)AS ' + @columnnameDate + '

i expect to be as lifecycleDate
but it still display as lifecycle
How to solve this issue
see here sample
PartNumber	CompanyName	DocumentID	FlowStatus	TeamName	OnlineUrl	OfflineUrl	LifecycleDate
PartNumber	CompanyName	DocumentID	FlowStatus	TeamName	OnlineUrl	OfflineUrl	Lifecycle
BCM5338MIQMG	Broadcom Inc.	29858	Done	LifeCycle	N/A	https://source.z2data.com/2017/9/24/8/11/36/125/70073643/broadcom_eol002010_03232016_eol.pdf	3/25/2020

lifecycle on second line i need it lifecycleDate
but it display lifecycle

What I have tried:

DECLARE @columnname NVARCHAR(100)
DECLARE @columnnameDate NVARCHAR(100)
SET @columnname = (SELECT TOP 1 ColumnName FROM pcn.Teams t inner join #TempPC temp on t.TeamID= temp.TeamId)
SET @columnnameDate =@columnname + 'Date'
PRINT @columnname
PRINT @columnnameDate




DECLARE @header nvarchar(max)
SET @header='SELECT ''PartNumber'' as PartNumber,''CompanyName'' as CompanyName,''DocumentID'' AS DocumentID,''FlowStatus'' AS FlowStatus,''TeamName'' as TeamName,''OnlineUrl'' as OnlineUrl,''OfflineUrl'' as OfflineUrl,''' + replace(@columnname,',',''',''') + ''' AS ' +@columnname + 'Date
'


DECLARE @query nvarchar(max)
SET @query='
SELECT P.PartNumber,c.CompanyName,CAST(dpt.documentID AS NVARCHAR(20)) AS DocumentID,fs.FlowStatus,temp.TeamName,temp.OnlineUrl,temp.OfflineUrl ,CONVERT(VARCHAR,' + @columnname + 'Date ,111)AS ' + @columnnameDate + '
FROM pcn.DocumentPartTeams dpt with(nolock)
inner join #TempPC temp on dpt.documentID = temp.documentID
inner join parts.Nop_Part p with(nolock) on p.PartID=dpt.PartID
inner join Z2DataCompanyManagement.CompanyManagers.Company c with(nolock) on c.CompanyID=p.CompanyID
INNER JOIN pcn.documentteams dt with(nolock) on dpt.DocumentID=dt.DocumentID AND dt.teamid=temp.TeamId

inner join [Parts].[FlowStatus] FS with(nolock) on dpt.' + @columnname + '=fs.FlowStatusID
'
EXEC (@header + 'UNION ALL' + @query)
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Updated 26-Mar-20 1:24am
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CHill60 26-Mar-20 5:09am
   
Can you be more specific (e.g. use a worked example) - When I run your code I am not getting a problem

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Solution 1

Quote:
SET @header = 'SELECT ''PartNumber'' As PartNumber, ''CompanyName'' As CompanyName, ''DocumentID'' As DocumentID, ''FlowStatus'' As FlowStatus, ''TeamName'' As TeamName, ''OnlineUrl'' As OnlineUrl, ''OfflineUrl'' As OfflineUrl, ''' + Replace(@columnname, ',', ''',''') + ''' As ' + @columnname + 'Date
';
Your header row adds Date to the column name, but not to the column value.
SET @header = 'SELECT ... As OfflineUrl, ''' + Replace(@columnname, ',', ''',''') + 'Date'' As ' + @columnname + 'Date
';
   
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Maciej Los 26-Mar-20 16:12pm
   
5ed!

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