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AdventureWorks Database: Formated date and weekly salary calculation

SQL Query - AdventureWorks: Exercise-23 with Solution

23. From the following table write a query in SQL to retrieve the RateChangeDate, full name (first name, middle name and last name) and weekly salary (40 hours in a week) of employees. In the output the RateChangeDate should appears in date format. Sort the output in ascending order on NameInFull.

Sample table: HumanResources.EmployeePayHistory


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Sample table: Person.Person


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Sample Solution:

SELECT CAST(hur.RateChangeDate as VARCHAR(10) ) AS FromDate
        , CONCAT(LastName, ', ', FirstName, ' ', MiddleName) AS NameInFull
        , (40 * hur.Rate) AS SalaryInAWeek
    FROM Person.Person AS pp
        INNER JOIN HumanResources.EmployeePayHistory AS hur
            ON hur.BusinessEntityID = pp.BusinessEntityID      
    ORDER BY NameInFull;

Sample Output:

fromdate  |nameinfull                     |salaryinaweek|
----------+-------------------------------+-------------+
2013-03-14|Abbas, Syed E                  |     1924.040|
2010-01-16|Abercrombie, Kim B             |       498.00|
2009-02-28|Abolrous, Hazem E              |    1153.8480|
2009-01-02|Ackerman, Pilar G              |     769.2320|
2009-03-05|Adams, Jay G                   |       498.00|
2009-01-17|Ajenstat, François P           |    1538.4600|
2012-04-16|Alberts, Amy E                 |     1924.040|
2008-12-02|Alderson, Greg F               |          400|
2008-12-28|Alexander, Sean P              |     423.0760|
2009-12-02|Altman, Gary E.                |     961.5400|
2009-01-02|Anderson, Nancy A              |       498.00|
2011-05-31|Ansman-Wolfe, Pamela O         |     923.0760|
2009-01-04|Arifin, Zainal T               |     711.5400|
2009-01-11|Bacon, Dan K                   |    1096.1520|
2009-01-21|Baker, Bryan                   |       498.00|
2009-12-25|Baker, Mary R                  |       538.00|
2009-01-20|Barbariol, Angela W            |          440|
...	

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SQL: Tips of the Day

T-SQL Cast versus Convert?

CONVERT is SQL Server specific, CAST is ANSI.

CONVERT is more flexible in that you can format dates etc. Other than that, they are pretty much the same. If you don't care about the extended features, use CAST.

Ref : https://bit.ly/3VKT5M8