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Old August 13th, 2004, 08:29 AM
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Default Time attendance database and coding

Hi all,

I am really stuck today and can use all your help on this subject.

I am making kinda like a punch-in card for work which will register your time of arrive and departure. I have a small system working in that the employee has an ID number and then when they log in with the EmployeeID and Password the database records the date and the time of arrival, then when they log out it records the exit time and then works out the amount of hours and minutes worked today.

However the problem arises when I want to call up a complete week or month. Our company doesn't work on a Sunday. For example if I call up the weeks information and it happens to be wednesday. I want it display the next 3 days (Thurs, Fri and Saturday) which will be empty cos they are in the future and the first 4 days (Sun, Mon, tue and wed). What I want to know is how can I extract this data. My TABLE consists of the following fields: EmployeeID, Date, TimeIn, TimeOut, HoursWorked, MinutesWorked.

I have been thinking about using the day indentifier which gives you a numeric for that day(eg. sun=0, mon=1 etc) but what happens when tuesday falls on the first of the month.

Are there any simpler ways to resolve this problem. Any ideas or feedback will be greatly recieved.

With many thanks for all your assistance and time,

Paul
 
Old August 14th, 2004, 08:04 PM
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An observation if I may:

You have the fields EmployeeID, Date, TimeIn, TimeOut, HoursWorked, MinutesWorked in your table

Personaly, I wouldnt store HoursWorked/MinutesWorked. You have the timeIn and timeOut, calculate this at run time when needed - Any how thats personal preference, my theory - store only whats neccessary.

;;;;However the problem arises when I want to call up a complete week or month
What exactly is the problem?
;;;;how can I extract this data
Specificly what data? time worked for all employees over the given date range?

Am I on the right track?
If you are calling up time worked and three days of the week are in the future, wont it give you results based on all days of the week where there is data? Days that have no time clocked against them shouldnt effect your recordset.



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I would use SQL date functions to dismantle and rebuild the day dateparts of your dates, creating a generic algorithm to solve your problem for any specified day...

any help?

 
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In particular you could use the DATEADD function to build this algorithm.







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