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Hi,

I have a table that has two dates

I need to find out the hour of the employees when they punch in and punch out

MONTHLY  
WEEKLY
DAILY

Id        storeID       employeeID          PunchInDate                       PunchOutDate

1      9      13000505           2013-01-01 03:07:08.000      2013-01-01 06:32:32.000
2      9      13000505           2013-01-02 02:06:05.000      2013-01-02 05:31:31.000
3      9      13000505           2013-01-03 02:07:06.000      2013-01-03 05:31:32.000
4      9      13000505           2013-01-04 04:10:11.000      2013-01-04 06:39:40.000
5      9      6000247           2013-01-24 09:12:41.000      NULL
6      9      10000000           2013-01-24 09:12:41.000      2013-01-24 10:12:41.000
7      1      30           2013-01-25 00:00:00.000      2013-01-25 00:00:00.000
8      1      39           2013-01-25 00:00:00.000      NULL
9      1      54           2013-01-25 00:00:00.000      NULL
10      1      6000125           2013-01-25 04:10:11.000      2013-01-25 06:39:40.000


HOW CAN I CALCULATE THE HOUR THAT THE EMPLOYEE PUNCH IN AND PUNCH OUT
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DATEDIFF(MINUTE, PunchInDate, PunchOutDate) / 60.0 AS Hours_In
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datediff(hh,punchindate,punchoutdate) will give you whole hours
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by:sdstuber
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to get hours/minutes/seconds


select totalseconds/ 3600 hours,
(totalseconds% 3600)/60 minutes,
totalseconds% 60 seconds
from
 (
select datediff(ss, '2013-01-01 03:07:08.000',  '2013-01-01 06:32:32.000')as totalseconds
) as x
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Thank you
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