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Joined: May 29, 2008
Feb 02, 2010 17:04:08
I AM WORKING OUT WITH
query for calculating the time difference in hours with minutes. From these columns shift1,in_punch1,out_punch1 and shift2 ,in_punch2,out_punch2 in oracle?
(WHERE EMPCODE='7010001' AND PUNCH_DATE='01-JAN-10' ; for the whole month of employee..)
i did this query for a single shift but not for
both the shift
select ((to_date(OUT_PUNCH1,'HH24:MI:SS')-to_date(IN_PUNCH1,'HH24:MI:SS'))*24)-8 from act_stipend;
where as 24 for gives whole hours in days and 8 gives extra hours worked beyond 8 hours.
kindly do the help for me.
Author and ninkuma
Joined: Jan 10, 2002
Feb 02, 2010 17:21:53
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Feb 03, 2010 09:11:48
The new title is not much better. Think: what are you asking about? Isn't it how to write a query to do time differences? Then why not make that the title? ("Oracle query for time difference")
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