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Hi Experts,

I need to find the duplicate records when the date and time is exactly same for 'StdTimeIn'. Sometimes the millisecond is different. But if the date and hh:mm:ss is same then I need those records. I have attached the data.

I want the records-
473      105      2016-08-31 15:19:56.767      2016-08-31 20:00:00.110      08312016
474      105      2016-08-31 15:19:56.767      2016-08-31 20:00:00.110      08312016

476      534      2016-08-31 16:22:23.537      2016-08-31 16:23:52.320      08312016
478      534      2016-08-31 16:22:23.540      2016-08-31 16:23:51.633      08312016
477      534      2016-08-31 16:22:23.537      2016-08-31 16:23:51.357      08312016

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:RadhaKrishnaKiJaya
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by:Fernando Soto
ID: 41781752
Where is the data coming from a file, EF query, DataTable or other??
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by:Vitor Montalvão
ID: 41781756
SELECT StdLogID, UserID, StdTimeIn, StdTimeout, TodaysDate
FROM TableName T1
WHERE EXISTS (SELECT 1
        FROM TableName T2
        WHERE T1.UserID=T2.UserID
         AND T1.StdTimeIn=T2.StdTimeIn
         AND T1.StdTimeout=T2.StdTimeOut
         AND T1.TodaysDate=T2.TodaysDate
         AND T1.StdLogID<>T2.StdLogID)

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by:RadhaKrishnaKiJaya
ID: 41781757
They are in a table in SQL server.
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by:Jim Horn
ID: 41781758
For starters, eyeballleth thy article SQL Server Delete Duplicate Rows Solutions, which is a sample code and image-rich tutorial on how to pull that off.

Applied to your code though <air code, holy cow make a backup first>..
;with cte as (
SELECT UserID, StdTimeIn, 
   ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY UserId, convert(varchar, StdTimeIn ,120) ORDER BY (SELECT NULL)) as row_number
FROM your_table) 
DELETE FROM cte WHERE row_number > 1

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Randy Poole earned 2000 total points
ID: 41781788
I created a temporary table #t, so replace that with your actual table name
select * from #t where convert(varchar,StdTimeIn,120) in (select convert(varchar,StdTimeIn,120) dy from #t group by convert(varchar,StdTimeIn,120) having count(*)>1)

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by:RadhaKrishnaKiJaya
ID: 41781926
Hi Mr. Vitor,

I am getting the records using your query. But I do not want to match the miliseconds.  I want to check for todays date,  where StdTimeIn should same tiill yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss. The millisecond might be different.

Thanks for your help.
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by:RadhaKrishnaKiJaya
ID: 41781999
Thank you very much. It worked!!
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by:PortletPaul
ID: 41782442
for info only:
an alternative that will list all rows that share the the same date/time measured to seconds.

SELECT
      *
FROM (
      SELECT
            *
          , COUNT(*) OVER(PARTITION BY CONVERT(varchar, StdTimeIn, 120) ) AS count_of
      FROM your_table
      ) D
WHERE count_of > 1

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