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Tag: sql-server-2017

Pivoting but handling Column Names

I’m currently getting a result-set back as follows: What I’m trying to do is get the results to appear as follows: I’ve put together the following query, and I was curious as to whether someone had a better way of doing it: Here’s the sample data: Answer You can use conditional aggregation. That is, aggregate functions wrapped around CASE expressions.

SQL Remove all leading zeros

My join returns null because I am not able to remove the leading zeros. Basically, I am trying to replace the pol.Policy_Number with src.Policy_Number for a large number of policies. Is there a way I can remove the leading 0s in the ON statement for src.Policy_Number? I think Padding is needed, but I am new to SQL so any help

Query not returning expected data

I’m looking for an explanation for why 1 of the following 3 queries aren’t returning what I am expecting. Assume the following: Anmodning with ANNo=1, ANCpr=1111112222 And the Person table doesn’t have a row with PSCpr=111111-2222 Queries are executed in Management Studio against a SQL Server 2017. Queries 2 and 3 returns the Anmodning row as expected but query 1

How to calculate employees working hours in sql

My company business hour is 7:30 to 18 and 13:00 to 15:00 is lunch time. Important part is about lunch time that should not calculate as working time of employee at all. So imagine employee start working at 8:30 and exit at 15:00 so the time of 4:30 hours should be calculate for him. actually I want to remove lunch

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