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SQL Query

Hello, I have the following two tables
 
q2employee_work_schedule
WorkSchedule

q2employee_work_patterns
Work Pattern
 I need to display the people that are not available"NOT working" in the current day, what would be the query for it..

Thanks in advance
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jhonc66
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Phil DavidsonCommented:
What value would show if an employee was working on a given date?  The working field is varchar(1).  Can that be "Y" or "N" only?  I'm going to assume that is the case.

Here is my best answer (guess?) without knowing more:

SELECT emp_code FROM q2employee_work_schedule
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = GETDATE()
--this will return the emp_code for all employees who aren't working today

Do you need more info than emp_code?

You could try this, but it could be slow if q2employee_work_schedule is a big table.

SELECT * FROM q2employee_work_schedule
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = GETDATE()


Based strictly on the question, I don't think the second table needs to be involved.
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jhonc66Author Commented:
in my table I was given the date part and then the time part with just zeros, so when trying to query the table I was not getting any awnser, the way I fixed it was with the following  Query

SELECT * FROM q2employee_work_schedule
WHERE working = 'N' AND date1 = CAST(FLOOR(CAST(getdate() as FLOAT)) as DATETIME)
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