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All this information is available to management in real time, and if an employee is behind schedule she will receive a text message pointing this out and telling her to reach her targets or suffer the consequences.

At Amazon’s depot in Allentown, Pennsylvania (of which more later), Kate Salasky worked shifts of up to eleven hours a day, mostly spent walking the length and breadth of the warehouse.

Instinctively, the answer seems to be generating a range of values (dates) on the fly via something like in with the dates in the table.

I know quite many people new to My SQL think this way. Not a temporary one; a clean honest calendar table.

I've added in a if statement to check for the date but I'm losing it on the comparsion to data Range. 20 Not really sure why it would pull a date for tomorrow and not the actual day..

Anyone might help correct these or point me to in direction to research. if you noticed Box comments I was trying to debug a bit myself. So it looks like the current date is showing a day ahead of time. gonna start digging and will update as I uncover :)Got it working, not sure its the best or the smartest way.

Let me give you the bad new first: there is no such function in My SQL. The benefit is that not only it’s significantly faster, but you can also add additional information to it – for example you could add a bit for holidays and some notes, like the holiday names.

There are ways to do this in MSSQL and Oracle, but even then it’s not straightforward. Think this way: why generate the same range of dates each time you run the query? You can go further and mark the dates where you started special discounts to see if they had any impact on the sales. In this article we’ll create a calendar table with just one column – the date, but as I’ve said, there’s nothing stopping you from adding more information to it. I’ve seen other (faster but less intuitive) approaches.

I'm attempting to create a script that will run on a trigger configured to run daily.

The script appears to run but nothing happens, which I believe is because "if (current Time == data Range)" The data Range is not matching correctly?? It should compare the dates and only send the email if the date matches. I've shared out the spreadsheet to see the code and how the spreadsheet is setup. I used the Hours, Minutes, and set Seconds on the current date, which now matches the dates pulled from the spreadsheet.

Here is the code: The code appears to run but I'm getting the following error w/in the script editor. Shared Spreadsheet UPDATED CODE W/ SERGE HELP on the logger and Utilities.format Date.. here is a working version of your code, I used Utilities.format Date to make strings of your dates, so you can choose what you compare (only days, hours ? ) I commented the mail call just for my tests, re-enable it when you need Ok.. Emails flow just right :) Thanks Serge for helping me out on that.

I'd now like to display this data as broken down into 7 day weeks, and summarised by month.

Having just about wrapped my head around the differences between Google Charts, Gadgets and Visualization APIs, I know that the display of it can be done.

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