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Each week your boss gives you a new dataset to parse. Each week it comes with a different schema and an accompanying dataset with how it should be parsed. Create a process that automatically parses the data from the data dictionary. Once created, you should be able to simply replicate your process for the 'B' dataset by copying and pasting.
To make it as dynamic as possible, and to have the order of the columns reflect the order in the data dictionary, I used a column order field in the cross tab tool, and a dynamic rename to put the text back in the headers. Otherwise my solution looks very much like @ahal and @ddiesel