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SQL calculate hours worked over shifts

Hi,

I need to calculate hours worked during a nightshift.  For eg, the shift starts at 18:00, and ends at 3:00 the next morning. The employee may also take a lunch break during this tiime, but if the person took a lunch break at 10:00PM and came back at 11:00PM, my query tells me that the person's last clock-out was 10:00PM.  I need the last clock-out to be 3:00AM.  Can anyone help?  See my code below.
; with emp_clock as (Select ShiftRulesGroup_ID = ShiftRules.ShiftRulesGroup_ID,  Personel_ID = Pers.Personel_ID, SRDay_ID = SRDay.SRDay_ID, NormalDay = case when SRDay.NormalDay = 1 then 'True'  when SRDay.NormalDay = 0 then 'False' end, FullName	= Pers.[Name] + ' ' + Pers.Surname,  DailyHrsName = LEFT(Pers.[Name], 3)+ convert(nvarchar(10),RC.ClockTime, 12),  
RowNo = row_number() over (partition by Pers.Personel_ID order by RC.ClockTime),  
ClockDate = dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, RC.ClockTime), 0),  
DayAdj = case when Default_Shift_End < Default_Shift_Start then 0 else 1 end,  
ClockTime	= RC.ClockTime, 
DirectionName = Dir.[Name], 
ShiftRuleGroup = ShiftRules.[Name],  
ShiftStartTime = convert(varchar(10), ShiftRules.Default_Shift_Start, 108),  
ShiftEndTime = convert(varchar(10), ShiftRules.Default_Shift_End, 108),  StartRoundingUp = SRDay.StartRounding_Up, EndRoundingUp = SRDay.EndRounding_Up,  
StartRoundingHours = SRDay.StartRounding_Hrs_Num,  
EndRoundingHours = SRDay.EndRounding_Num_Hrs,  
Rules_SRBreak	= SRBreak.[Name],  
BreakStartTime	= SRBreak.SR_Break_StartTime,  
BreakEndTime	= SRBreak.SR_Break_EndTime  
FROM Personnel Pers  
INNER JOIN RawClocks RC ON	Pers.Personel_ID = RC.Person_ID  
INNER JOIN Direction Dir 	ON	RC.Direction_ID = Dir.Direction_ID  
INNER JOIN Emp_ShiftGroup EmpShiftGroup ON Pers.Personel_ID = EmpShiftGroup.Employee_ID  
INNER JOIN Rules_ShiftRulesGroup ShiftRules ON ShiftRules.ShiftRulesGroup_ID = EmpShiftGroup.ShiftRulesGroup_ID  
INNER JOIN Rules_SRDay SRDay ON ShiftRules.ShiftRulesGroup_ID = SRDay.ShiftRulesGroup_ID   
AND (dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, RC.ClockTime), 0) = dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, SRDay.Start_Time), 0))
LEFT OUTER JOIN Rules_SRBreak SRBreak ON SRBreak.SRDay_ID = SRDay.SRDay_ID),  timelog 
as  (select 
ShiftRulesGroup_ID = coalesce(ci.ShiftRulesGroup_ID, co.ShiftRulesGroup_ID),  Personel_ID = coalesce(ci.Personel_ID, co.Personel_ID),  SRDay_ID = coalesce(ci.SRDay_ID, co.SRDay_ID), NormalDay = coalesce(ci.NormalDay, co.NormalDay),  FullName = coalesce(ci.FullName, co.FullName), DailyHrsName = coalesce(ci.DailyHrsName, co.DailyHrsName), ClockTime = coalesce(ci.ClockTime, co.ClockTime), ShiftRuleGroup = coalesce(ci.ShiftRuleGroup, co.ShiftRuleGroup),  ShiftStartTime = coalesce(ci.ShiftStartTime, co.ShiftStartTime), ShiftEndTime	= coalesce(ci.ShiftEndTime, co.ShiftEndTime),  StartRoundingUp = coalesce(ci.StartRoundingUp, co.StartRoundingUp),  EndRoundingUp = coalesce(ci.EndRoundingUp, co.EndRoundingUp),  StartRoundingHours = coalesce(ci.StartRoundingHours, co.StartRoundingHours),  EndRoundingHours = coalesce(ci.EndRoundingHours, co.EndRoundingHours),  
Rules_SRBreak = coalesce(ci.Rules_SRBreak, co.Rules_SRBreak),  
BreakStartTime = coalesce(ci.BreakStartTime, co.BreakStartTime),  
BreakEndTime = coalesce(ci.BreakEndTime,	co.BreakEndTime),  
ClockIn = coalesce(ci.ClockTime, co.ClockDate - co.DayAdj + co.ShiftStartTime),
ClockOut = coalesce(co.ClockTime, ci.ClockDate + ci.DayAdj + ci.ShiftEndTime)  
from emp_clock ci  full outer join emp_clock co on	ci.Personel_ID	= co.Personel_ID  
and ci.RowNo = co.RowNo - 1  and co.ClockTime < dateadd(day, 1, ci.ClockDate) + ci.ShiftStartTime  
where not (ci.DirectionName is null and co.DirectionName = 'IN')  and not (ci.DirectionName = 'OUT'	and	co.DirectionName is null)  and (ci.DirectionName = 'IN' or ci.DirectionName is null)), detail as ( select ShiftRulesGroup_ID, Personel_ID, SRDay_ID, NormalDay, FullName, DailyHrsName, ClockTime, ClockIn,ClockOut, ShiftStartTime, ShiftEndTime, StartRoundingUp, EndRoundingUp,  StartRoundingHours, EndRoundingHours, BreakStartTime, BreakEndTime,
TimeBeforeShiftStart = case when ClockIn - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockIn), 0) <  ShiftStartTime then ClockIn - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockIn), 0) end,  
TimeBeforeShiftEnd = case when ClockIn - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockIn), 0) <  ShiftStartTime then ShiftStartTime end,
TimeAfterShiftStart = case when ClockOut - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockOut), 0) >  ShiftEndTime then ShiftEndTime end,  
TimeAfterShiftEnd = case when ClockOut - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockOut), 0) >  ShiftEndTime then ClockOut - dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockOut), 0) end  from timelog),  
summary as ( select Personel_ID, ShiftrulesGroup_ID, SRDay_ID, NormalDay, FullName, DailyHrsName,  ClockDate = convert(nvarchar(10), dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockIn), 0),111), MIN(ClockTime) AS Calc_First_Clock, MAX(ClockOut) as Calc_Last_Clock, Calc_work_Start_Time = case when StartRoundingUp = 1 then  CAST(CAST(FLOOR(CAST(MIN(ClockIn) AS FLOAT)) + CEILING((CAST(MIN(ClockIN) AS FLOAT)-FLOOR(CAST(MIN(ClockIn) AS FLOAT)))*24.0/	 StartRoundingHours)* StartRoundingHours/24.0 AS DATETIME) AS SMALLDATETIME)  when StartRoundingUp = 0 then CAST(CAST(FLOOR(CAST(MIN(ClockIn) AS FLOAT)) + ROUND((CAST(MIN(ClockIn) AS FLOAT)-  FLOOR(CAST(MIN(ClockIn) AS FLOAT)))*24.0/StartRoundingHours,0)*StartRoundingHours/24.0 AS DATETIME) AS SMALLDATETIME) end,  Calc_work_end_time = case when EndRoundingUp = 1 then CAST(CAST(FLOOR(CAST(MAX(ClockOut) AS FLOAT)) +  CEILING((CAST(MAX(ClockOut) AS FLOAT)-FLOOR(CAST(MAX(ClockOut) AS FLOAT)))*24.0/EndRoundingHours)*  EndRoundingHours/24.0 AS DATETIME) AS SMALLDATETIME) when EndRoundingUp = 0 then CAST(CAST(FLOOR(CAST(MAX(ClockOut)  AS FLOAT)) + ROUND((CAST(MAX(ClockOut) AS FLOAT)-FLOOR(CAST(MAX(ClockOut) AS FLOAT)))*24.0/EndRoundingHours,0)*  EndRoundingHours/24.0 AS DATETIME) AS SMALLDATETIME) end,  
TotalWorkHours	= CAST(sum(datediff(minute, ClockIn, ClockOut) / 60.0) as decimal(4,2)),  
Before_Shift = CAST(isnull(sum(datediff(minute, TimeBeforeShiftStart, TimeBeforeShiftEnd)), 0) / 60.0 as decimal(4,2)),
After_Shift = CAST(isnull(sum(datediff(minute, TimeAfterShiftStart, TimeAfterShiftEnd)), 0) / 60.0 as decimal(4,2))  from detail  
group by  SRDay_ID, dateadd(day, datediff(day, 0, ClockTime), 0),  Personel_ID, FullName, ShiftRulesGroup_ID, NormalDay, DailyHrsName, ClockIn,ClockOut, ShiftStartTime, ShiftEndTime, StartRoundingUp,  EndRoundingUp, StartRoundingHours, EndRoundingHours, BreakStartTime, BreakEndTime)  select * from summary

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GSGDBACommented:
HI,

1) Add a column lastupdate to you timein and out table.
2) when the individual check in and check out. update the table -> shift, time in /out, last update.
3) when selecting data filter on  shift and last update date.
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NerishaBAuthor Commented:
Thanks, the problem that I am now having is that when the person takes their break at 22:00 and comes back at 23:00, it looks as if the person clocked out for the day, then clocked back in again on a different shift.  In other words, their first clockin is 18:00, but their last clockout is 22:00.

This is not correct, the last clockout should be 3:00 the next morning.
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GSGDBACommented:
I got  suggestion.
Add column shift_offset_time. to your table.
set shift offset time to difference our regular day time - shift time
for exa:
our regular day time for the date May 10 2011 is 05/10/2011 00:00:000 to 05/10/2011 23:59:000
now your 1st shift starts at 05/10/2011 03:00:00.

The difference is 3 hours.

Now we have to do the below
1) set shift_offset time to 3
2) create stored proc. to convert the offset time to correct time
when you fetch the records. add the offset time to the checkin /checkout time retrieved.
and if the checkin/ checkout is 23:59:000, you need to change the date as well.


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NerishaBAuthor Commented:
Can you help me with this, I am new to SQL
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NerishaBAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I used your ideas to get a solution.
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