SQL Apprentice Question
I am baffled by this query and can use a little help pls!
query count for each Monday of the week in the last few months between 9 pm
and 1 am. I know I can use datepart() but can't figure out how to query
between 9pm and 1am. Thanks.
>> I am baffled by this query and can use a little help pls! <<
Please post DDL, so that people do not have to guess what the keys,
constraints, Declarative Referential Integrity, data types, etc. in
your schema are. Sample data is also a good idea, along with clear
specifications. It is very hard to debug code when you do not let us
see it. Why are you so rude?
>> query count for each Monday of the week in the last few month between 9 pm [sic: 11:00:00 Hrs] and 1 am [sic: 01:00:00 the next day??]. I know I can use DATEPART() but can't figure out how to query between 9 pm [sic] and 1 am [sic]. <<
You really have no idea how time works!! What the hell is that AM and
PM crap? You never heard of ISO-8601 Standards and UTC???
What you do is set up a table of temporal ranges with upper and lower
limits with TIMESTAMP limits and join to it. Hey, you spit on us by
not posting DDL, why should we post DDL and data for you?
Your unit of measurement is wrong and you are getting screwed up. But
your invisible DDL tells us nothing!!