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help to Display the table in html format using sql server

i have a table like below:

create table testjob
(jobid int,  
jobname varchar(100),  
time float,  
name varchar(50)  
)

insert into testjob values ( 1001,'java work',4.5,'arjun')  
insert into testjob values ( 1005,'sql work',10,'arjun')  
insert into testjob values ( 1010,'.net work',7.5,'arjun')  
insert into testjob values ( 1040,'java work',5.5,'ravi')  
insert into testjob values ( 1023,'php work',2.5,'arjun')  
insert into testjob values ( 1027,'.net work',3.5,'ravi')

i want a procedure so that my output is as below in the html format like below that is in sql

we will write select * from testjob but i want the output to be displayed in html using stored procedure or so

Name    Jobname     Time
arjun   Javawork     4.5  
arjun   sql work     10  
arjun   .net work    7.5  
ravi     java work   5.5   
arjun    php work    2.5  
ravi     .net work   3.5
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Hi,

This blog should help you get the desired result. Personally I prefer the devs to handle the output.

The only time I use this in when I create a email notification from a SQL agent jobs and I need to to look "pretty" with tables and rich text.

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answered Oct 05, 2012 at 07:18 AM

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