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Creating a db for time slots in a day [closed]

I have a table design like this: DoctorSchedule( id: integer, doctor_id: integer, schedule_day: datetime, slot_details: json, created_at: datetime, updated_at: datetime ) ...
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Select statement for selecting every week's log record

Here is a simplified version of the table in question: +------------------------------------------------------+ | DatabaseName | LogRecordNumber | LogTimestamp | ...
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Getting Time Duration

I have a table like below: I want to get time duration for each record which SPEED is greater than 100. I written a function for that, it’s working fine , but my problem was i have millions of ...
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Convert J1950 Date to Gregorian Date using a MySQL Query

I have a database table with a column named "time." The cells in the "time" column each contain a timestamp entry which was inserted in J1950 time format. I would like to convert the J1950 time to a ...
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12 hour format time in SQL datatype

I can convert time datatype to 12 hour format using convert etc. But is there any option to save the time in 12 hour format in SQL tables using any settings or property or any other methods?
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Are bitemporal tables convenient, compared to valid-time and transaction-time tables separately?

I am trying to collect information about temporal databases. I know it is not a modern technology, but I saw that many people who work with databases don't ever know how temporal approach works (I ...
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Which of the following pieces of SQL is most efficient

I need to add the date part of GetDate() to the time part of a stored DateTime. Naively I thought I could do the following: declare @testTime DateTime = '2013-04-23 13:55:06' select cast(getdate() ...
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Can I use PHP function strtotime() in SQL queries?

I have this table, and I need to use a PHP function in the query. id time lastTime 1 08:02 2 08:04 3 08:30 I am using this query with the strtotime(), and it's not working: ...
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Time elapsed Calculation

I need to calculated time elapsed for each user to perform his part in a transaction. The sequence is: 0 -1 - B2 or 0-B3 The table looks like the following: ...
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Select different time

I looked on the internet and I found your post on the stackexchange. I will try to explain in more detail what we really need I do not know well to write English It is a system for airporttaxi id ...
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Efficiently storing irregular/repeating intervals (think calendar/events)

I am developing a service that relies on users being able to recieve messages that they themselves choose. These messages need to be stored somewhere before they are send for processing. Right now ...
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Risk of changing clocktime on MySQL server host

I have a MySQL server host that have a clock that is about 75 minutes wrong. Is there any risk in changing the hosts clock while MySQL is running? Update: Obviously NOW() and other functions ...
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MySQL select closest time

I have a table that contains the start times for shift patterns, for example. I have early starters with a shift start defined at 07:00:00 and normal starters at 08:00:00 When someone punches in at ...
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How to SELECT rows with time duration stored in varchar column?

There is a column in table defined like this : duration varchar(10) It has value for duration of a MP3 file stored in it like : 52:19 (Minutes : Seconds) How can I create a SQL query, for ...
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Can we set LOCK_TIMEOUT instance- or database-wide?

It is possible to change the SQL Server's default (which is -1 or indefinite period of time) LOCK_TIMEOUT value session-wide. Is it possible to set LOCK_TIMEOUT default value server-, instance- ...
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How to combine date and time to datetime2 in SQL Server?

Given the following components DECLARE @D DATE = '2013-10-13' DECLARE @T TIME(7) = '23:59:59.9999999' What is the best way of combining them to produce a DATETIME2(7) result with value '2013-10-13 ...