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I don't have a key for the temporary table and am concerned that even if I did create a key, it doesn't get past the fact that I have to group by non-key columns and match up the aggregate data to the same group of non-key columns.
Also, the numbers of denormalized columns need to hold aggregate data won't be known until run-time, though there is a upper limit due to the CASE WHEN statement contained in UPDATE statement (no dynamic SQL here, thank you).
I am sure I'm missing something blindingly obvious but here it is: I'm trying to create a recordset in a denormalized fashion for reporting.
Part of the requirement is to update a temporary staging table with column containing aggregate results.
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