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  1. baramd this is beyond help, wow, thank you indeed. such a shame theres no exit statergy with the query, well its late now, so when im back on tomorrow i'll run you code and have a good tinker and get back to you. once again thank you, you didnt need to go to such efforts, but its greatly appreciated 😊
  2. Barand, can i please get some further advise, i've managed to get the end timestamp when the task is more than 2 days. But i got 2 problems, other than cleaning up the query. as seen in the picture, https://ibb.co/cbYN6BC 1. the date 24/06/2020 is the first date to subtract the remaining minutes and i don't know why, the first date subtracting minutes should be on the 23/06/2020 (total task time 1800 mins - 540 mins = 1260) 2. how do i end the query once i have a task end date? so it doesnt go through all the dates in the dates table? if i can figure these two problems out then i think im on my way...i'll need to add the annual leave to the task time also, which isnt a issue. set @days_work = NULL; set @minutes_remaining = NULL; SELECT t.task_id , times.day_working_hours , times.username , times.task_type , times.date , times.duration_hours , times.task_start_timestamp , times.task_end_timestamp , times.day_name , times.remaining_minutes , times.days_work , times.holiday_start_timestamp , times.holiday_end_timestamp , (times.duration_hours * 60) FROM tasks t LEFT JOIN ( SELECT date , t.task_id , u.username , tt.task_type , tt.duration_hours , ot.start_timestamp as task_start_timestamp , @day_working_hours := (timestampdiff(MINUTE, och.start_time, och.finish_time) - (timestampdiff(MINUTE, och.start_time, och.finish_time) DIV 270 ) * 30) / 60 as day_working_hours , DAYNAME(date) as day_name , oal.start_timestamp as holiday_start_timestamp , oal.end_timestamp as holiday_end_timestamp , @minutes_remaining := CASE WHEN @minutes_remaining IS NULL THEN TRUNCATE((tt.duration_hours * 60) - (@day_working_hours * 60), 0) ELSE TRUNCATE(@minutes_remaining - (@day_working_hours * 60), 0) END as remaining_minutes , @days_work := CASE WHEN @days_work IS NULL AND (@day_working_hours * 60) < @minutes_remaining THEN 1 WHEN @days_work IS NOT NULL AND (@day_working_hours * 60) < @minutes_remaining OR @days_work IS NOT NULL AND @minutes_remaining > 0 THEN @days_work + 1 END as days_work , CASE WHEN (@day_working_hours * 60) > @minutes_remaining AND @minutes_remaining > 0 THEN CONCAT(DATE_ADD(date(ot.start_timestamp), INTERVAL @days_work DAY), ' ', DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL @minutes_remaining MINUTE)) ELSE NULL END as task_end_timestamp FROM dates d LEFT JOIN operative_contracted_hours och ON weekday(date) = och.week_day JOIN operatives_tasks ot USING (user_id) JOIN tasks t USING (task_id) JOIN task_types tt USING (task_type_id) JOIN users u USING (user_id) LEFT JOIN operatives_annual_leave oal ON oal.start_timestamp < CONCAT(date, ' ', och.finish_time) AND oal.end_timestamp > CONCAT(date, ' ', och.start_time) AND och.user_id = oal.user_id ORDER BY date ) as times ON times.task_id = t.task_id hope you can help further, thank you so far
  3. i like that idea, i looked at the old code you helped me with which had the same principle 😁 $db->exec("CREATE TEMPORARY TABLE date_range ( date DATE PRIMARY KEY )"); $stmt = $db->prepare("INSERT INTO date_range VALUES (?)"); foreach ($dp as $date) { $d = $date->format('Y-m-d'); $stmt->execute([$d]); } regarding the query i added a dates table and inserted a number of dates ands ran the query, thank you, i increased the task duration and increased the contracted working hours on a few days while testing and saw the query would only work a maximum of two days, so i had a little play around, and came up with this set @days_work = NULL; set @minutes_remaining = NULL; SELECT t.task_id , times.day_working_hours , times.username , times.task_type , times.date , times.duration_hours , times.task_start_timestamp , times.task_end_timestamp , times.day_name , times.remaining_minutes , times.days_work , times.holiday_start_timestamp , times.holiday_end_timestamp FROM tasks t LEFT JOIN ( SELECT date , t.task_id , u.username , tt.task_type , tt.duration_hours , ot.start_timestamp as task_start_timestamp , @day_working_hours := (timestampdiff(MINUTE, och.start_time, och.finish_time) - (timestampdiff(MINUTE, och.start_time, och.finish_time) DIV 270 ) * 30) / 60 as day_working_hours , DAYOFWEEK(date) as day_name , oal.start_timestamp as holiday_start_timestamp , oal.end_timestamp as holiday_end_timestamp , @days_work := IF (@day_working_hours > @minutes_remaining, IF (@days_work IS NULL, 1, @days_work + 1), NULL) as days_work , @minutes_remaining := IF (@minutes_remaining IS NULL, ((tt.duration_hours * 60) - (@day_working_hours * 60)), @minutes_remaining - (@day_working_hours * 60)) as remaining_minutes , CONCAT(IF ((@day_working_hours * 60)> @minutes_remaining , DATE_ADD(date, INTERVAL @days_work DAY), ''), ' ', IF ((@day_working_hours * 60) > @minutes_remaining, DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL @remaining_minutes MINUTE), '')) as task_end_timestamp FROM dates d LEFT JOIN operative_contracted_hours och ON weekday(date) = och.week_day JOIN operatives_tasks ot USING (user_id) JOIN tasks t USING (task_id) JOIN task_types tt USING (task_type_id) JOIN users u USING (user_id) LEFT JOIN operatives_annual_leave oal ON oal.start_timestamp < CONCAT(date, ' ', och.finish_time) AND oal.end_timestamp > CONCAT(date, ' ', och.start_time) AND och.user_id = oal.user_id ) as times ON times.task_id = t.task_id ORDER BY task_id, date; the results are here: https://i.ibb.co/Zzn3C9z/Untitled4.png what im trying to do is caluclate the number of days work it is for the task and the minutes remaining and add them to task start date, but the problem lies with days_work and hours_remaining not corresponding with the correct date and is all muddled up. i feel if i can get the @days_work and @remaining_minutes in the right dates i can get a task end timestamp working for all different task durations thank you for your help once again barand
  4. hi Barand, i've digested what it is you've done, but realised that the query would work of only that scenario, so ive had a little play for the last hour and this is what i've came up with SELECT ot.task_id , tt.duration_hours , ot.start_timestamp , @start_weekday := weekday(ot.start_timestamp) , @days_work := IF (@start_weekday = 0 AND monday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 0, IF (@start_weekday = 1 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 1, IF (@start_weekday = 2 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 2, IF (@start_weekday = 3 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 3, IF (@start_weekday = 4 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 4, IF (@start_weekday = 5 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 5, IF (@start_weekday = 6 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours + sunday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, 6, 'who knows'))))))) as `days_work` , @hours_remaining := IF (@start_weekday = 0 AND monday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours, IF (@start_weekday = 1 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - monday.shift_hours, IF (@start_weekday = 2 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours), IF (@start_weekday = 3 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours), IF (@start_weekday = 4 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours), IF (@start_weekday = 5 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours), IF (@start_weekday = 6 AND monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours + sunday.shift_hours > tt.duration_hours, tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours), tt.duration_hours - (monday.shift_hours + tuesday.shift_hours + wednesday.shift_hours + thursday.shift_hours + friday.shift_hours + saturday.shift_hours + sunday.shift_hours)))))))) as `hours_remaining` , ot.start_timestamp + INTERVAL (@days_work) DAY + INTERVAL (60 * @hours_remaining) MINUTE as `end_timestamp` FROM tasks t INNER JOIN operatives_tasks ot ON ot.task_id = t.task_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = t.task_type_id INNER JOIN users u on u.user_id = ot.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 0 ) monday ON monday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 1 ) tuesday ON tuesday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 2 ) wednesday ON wednesday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 3 ) thursday ON thursday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 4 ) friday ON friday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 5 ) saturday ON saturday.user_id = u.user_id LEFT JOIN (SELECT user_id , @contacted_hours_monday := TIMEDIFF(finish_time, start_time) AS `contracted_hours` , @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours) , @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 , CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours` FROM operative_contracted_hours WHERE week_day = 6 ) sunday ON sunday.user_id = u.user_id INNER JOIN operatives_annual_leave oal ON oal.user_id = u.user_id WHERE u.user_id = 1 https://i.ibb.co/GJYG2Vq/Untitled3.png so i've worked out how many days work and hours remaining and added it all to the start timestamp, but the big problem is, what if the task takes more than 7 days, i could go forever with these if statements. if its not possible with mysql then i could work it all out via php what are your thoughts please? thank you
  5. ooook so your a mysql geneious 😄 jeeez, to be honest im gonna have to look at the manual with what your written here, but i just ran the query and the result is beautiful i'll get onto implimenting annual holidays and bank holidays tomorrow, i'll let you know what it looks like, when its done. thank you very much barand 😁😁😁
  6. no, a user can have different work patterns, for instance a user could work monday, wednesday, friday from 8-1 each day. day 1 is correct in your scenario, but day 2 is a new day therefor if the user/operative is working from 8-4 again he/she will only be entitled to a break for 30 mins at 12.30, but break times can change depending on the users contacted hours. ie (8-12 no break) but 30 mins every 4.5 hrs is rule of thumb (daily) if working from, 08:00- 19:00, 9 hrs work the user would be entitled to 2 breaks, break at 12.00 - 12:30 then break at 16:30 - 17:00 and home for 19:00 it probably make more sense to have a break on the 4th hour if entitled to breaks. would it be best for me to create a lof of if statements in the query? how is the best way for me to get the end results (task esistmated completion timestamp)? thank you again barand
  7. @contacted_hours := TIMEDIFF(och.finish_time, och.start_time) AS `contracted_hours`, @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours), @breaks := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) AS `breaks`, @break_duration := @breaks * 30 AS `break_duration`, CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours`, IF (@breaks = 1, CONCAT("{[", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 270 MINUTE), ":", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 300 MINUTE),"]}"), IF (@breakss = 2, CONCAT("{[", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 270 MINUTE), ":", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 300 MINUTE), "] , [", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 540 MINUTE), ":", DATE_ADD(och.start_time, INTERVAL 570 MINUTE), "]}"), NULL)) AS `break_times`, i've also added break times which will display as {[12:30:00:13:00:00]}
  8. nice to hear from you again barand , the caluclations are based on 4 variables firsly though ive noticed that i missed @contacted_hours := TIMEDIFF(och.finish_time, och.start_time) AS `contracted_hours`, from my sql SELECT u.username, tt.task_type, tt.duration_hours `task_duration_hours`, ot.start_timestamp AS `task_start_timestamp`, @task_week_day_start := WEEKDAY(ot.start_timestamp) AS `task_week_day_start`, och.shift_hours, och.week_day, och.start_time AS `operatives_start_time`, och.finish_time AS `operatives_finish_time`, annual_leave_start_timestamp, annual_leave_end_timestamp FROM tasks t LEFT JOIN operatives_tasks ot ON ot.task_id = t.task_id LEFT JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = t.task_type_id LEFT JOIN users u on u.user_id = ot.user_id LEFT JOIN ( SELECT och.user_id, och.week_day, och.start_time, och.finish_time, @contacted_hours := TIMEDIFF(och.finish_time, och.start_time) AS `contracted_hours`, @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours), @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 AS `break_duration`, CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours`, oal.start_timestamp AS `annual_leave_start_timestamp`, oal.end_timestamp AS `annual_leave_end_timestamp` FROM operative_contracted_hours och INNER JOIN operatives_annual_leave oal ON oal.user_id = och.user_id ) AS och ON och.user_id = u.user_id WHERE u.user_id = 1 the 4 variables are: @contacted_hours := TIMEDIFF(och.finish_time, och.start_time) AS `contracted_hours`, @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours), @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 AS `break_duration`, CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours`, @contracted_hours for that weekday @hours is just a created timestamp so i can workout the breaks @break_duration is putting the timestamp into seconds and converting into a decimal (ie. 08:00 - 16:00 would be 8.0) then dividing by 4.5 hrs, as a employee is entitled to 30 mins break for every 4.5 hours work. shift_hours then just taking away the 30 min break in this case returning 7.5 (hours) in this particual query the task is 9 hours long, but i added a 2 hour annual leave for the next day, in operatives_annual_leave table. so the operative works 7.5 each day in this case, and the task duration is 9 hours (1.5 hrs remaining), meaning the task would have to extend over 2 days, including the 2 hour annual leave next day, the operative should be finished 2020-06-24 11:30:00 i think im on the right track, but struggling to put it all together thanks you for your reply barand
  9. after along time away from trying to progamming, im trying to get back into the swing of things. I'm trying to complete a project i once started that @Barand helped me out with many moons ago. im trying to create a scheduling programme where a task is give to a operative and added to the operatives_tasks table, which stores the start timestamp of the task. Overall what im trying to achieve is to generate a finish timestamp for the task, based on the operatives, contracted days, hours, start time end time and any annual leave he/she man have in between aswell as the task duration. here is my sql and results at present, but im kinda scratching my head on generating a task finish date. SELECT u.username, tt.task_type, tt.duration_hours `task_duration_hours`, ot.start_timestamp AS `task_start_timestamp`, @task_week_day_start := WEEKDAY(ot.start_timestamp) AS `task_week_day_start`, och.shift_hours, och.week_day, och.start_time AS `operatives_start_time`, och.finish_time AS `operatives_finish_time`, annual_leave_start_timestamp, annual_leave_end_timestamp FROM tasks t LEFT JOIN operatives_tasks ot ON ot.task_id = t.task_id LEFT JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = t.task_type_id LEFT JOIN users u on u.user_id = ot.user_id LEFT JOIN ( SELECT och.user_id, och.week_day, och.start_time, och.finish_time, @hours := CONCAT('2020-01-01 ', @contacted_hours), @break_duration := FLOOR(CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(@hours) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) / 4.5) * 30 AS `break_duration`, CAST(TIME_TO_SEC(SUBSTRING( DATE_SUB(@hours, INTERVAL @break_duration MINUTE), 12, 19)) / (60 * 60) AS DECIMAL(10, 1)) AS `shift_hours`, oal.start_timestamp AS `annual_leave_start_timestamp`, oal.end_timestamp AS `annual_leave_end_timestamp` FROM operative_contracted_hours och INNER JOIN operatives_annual_leave oal ON oal.user_id = och.user_id ) AS och ON och.user_id = u.user_id WHERE u.user_id = 1 any help would be appreciated, here are the tables also if required https://pastebin.com/mKXLZUVJ better quality picture https://i.ibb.co/k01nYq2/Untitled.png thank you
  10. i will give it ago...thank you for you post kicken 😀
  11. i've been playing around with nodejs sodium, and im trying to make my js scipt compatable with my php script. Both are using xchacha20poly1305m but the problem is my php encryption looks like this: (whatever it is) ��Bd���||�%��AG�wU�Q��[�V���ȷ&6����_�Y:�q��T��X��e"v� and my js encrption look like that: Uint8Array {0: 195, 1: 119, 2: 234, 3: 247, 4: 236…} theres no way of testing the compatability of both scripts when both encodings differ. here is my php <?php CONST NONCE_LENGTH = SODIUM_CRYPTO_AEAD_XCHACHA20POLY1305_IETF_NPUBBYTES; class Sodium { private $key; public function __construct(string $key) { if (!extension_loaded('sodium')) { throw new Exception('Encryption: PHP Sodium extension not found.'); } $key = trim($key); if (!preg_match('/^[0-9A-Fa-f]{64}+$/', $key)) { throw new Exception('Encryption: Unrecognized key.'); } $this->key = hex2bin($key); } public function encrypt(string $plaintext) { $nonce = random_bytes(NONCE_LENGTH); $ciphertext = sodium_crypto_aead_xchacha20poly1305_ietf_encrypt( $plaintext, null, $nonce, $this->key ); return $nonce . $ciphertext; } public function decrypt(string $encryption) { if (strlen($encryption) < 24) { throw new Exception('Encryption: Unrecognized Encryption.'); } $plaintext = sodium_crypto_aead_xchacha20poly1305_ietf_decrypt( substr($encryption, 24), null, substr($encryption, 0, 24), $this->key ); if ($plaintext === false) { throw new Exception('Encryption: Decryption Failed.'); } return $plaintext; } } $sodium = new Sodium('724b092810ec86d7e35c9d067702b31ef90bc43a7b598626749914d6a3e033ed'); $encryption = $sodium->encrypt('shhh this is a secret'); echo $encryption; echo $sodium->decrypt($encryption); and you can view the js live here https://codesandbox.io/s/l45orjlnk7 note: when viewing page you may have to delete a character of the code and replace to see results 😓 or theres a screenshot https://ibb.co/XkcPV4B i hope you can help with my dilemma thank you
  12. the first select fetches properties from my properties table by thier gas expiry date, ie gas service, which is listed as a pre-task (no property_task entry). when this task is assigned to a trade it will have a property_task_id. so im selecting tasks which exists and dont yet exist for a gas service. and the second select will select anything else for that particular deparment. eg. repair on boiler, fire etc. it pull all the rows together, giving me the full list of task/pre-tasks for a selected department.
  13. thank kicken for seeing my errors, what on earth was i donig with the regex! (head shaking) ive made the changes to my query now which gets the users assigned department and task type id's and compares it with the the ids from the appointments SELECT SUM(task_appointment.count) AS `count` FROM ((SELECT COUNT(pt.property_task_id) AS `count`, p.gas_service_expiry_date AS `priority_date`, d.department_id, tt.task_type_id, pt.status FROM property_tasks pt INNER JOIN properties p ON p.property_id = pt.property_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = pt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trade_task_types ttt ON ttt.task_type_id = tt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ttt.trade_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = pt.department_id INNER JOIN property_appointments pa ON pa.property_task_id = pt.property_task_id WHERE tt.task_type = "Gas Service" AND d.department = "Gas Servicing" AND IF(pa.completed_timestamp, pa.completed_timestamp, pa.end_date) < NOW() ) UNION ALL (SELECT COUNT(pt.property_task_id) AS `count`, DATE_FORMAT(DATE_ADD(pt.created_timestamp, INTERVAL pt.priority_days DAY), "%Y-%m-%d") AS `priority_date`, d.department_id, tt.task_type_id, pt.status FROM property_tasks pt INNER JOIN properties p ON p.property_id = pt.property_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = pt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trade_task_types ttt ON ttt.task_type_id = tt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ttt.trade_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = pt.department_id INNER JOIN property_appointments pa ON pa.property_task_id != pt.property_task_id WHERE tt.task_type != "Gas Service" AND d.department != "Gas Servicing" )) task_appointment INNER JOIN (SELECT u.user_id, GROUP_CONCAT(d.department_id) AS `department_ids`, GROUP_CONCAT(tt.task_type_id) AS `task_type_ids` FROM users u INNER JOIN trade_departments td ON td.user_id = u.user_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = td.department_id INNER JOIN user_trades ut ON ut.user_id = u.user_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ut.trade_id INNER JOIN trade_task_types ttt ON ttt.trade_id = t.trade_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = ttt.task_type_id ) user WHERE status = "Active" AND task_appointment.department_id IN (user.department_ids) AND task_appointment.task_type_id IN (user.task_type_ids) AND user.user_id = 1 ORDER BY task_appointment.priority_date ASC it comes back with the correct count which is good...any final thouhts? thank you again
  14. maybe i should post in the mysql section but i really feel this is a regex issue. my query is just to count unallocated/uncompleted tasks and appointments here is the query SELECT SUM(task_appointment.count) AS `count` FROM ((SELECT COUNT(pt.property_task_id) AS `count`, p.gas_service_expiry_date AS `priority_date`, d.department, GROUP_CONCAT(t.trade) AS `trades`, pt.status FROM property_tasks pt INNER JOIN properties p ON p.property_id = pt.property_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = pt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trade_task_types ttt ON ttt.task_type_id = tt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ttt.trade_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = pt.department_id INNER JOIN property_appointments pa ON pa.property_task_id = pt.property_task_id AND tt.task_type = "Gas Service" AND d.department = "Gas Servicing" AND IF(psa.completed_timestamp, psa.completed_timestamp, psa.end_date) < NOW() ) UNION ALL (SELECT COUNT(pt.property_task_id) AS `count`, DATE_FORMAT(DATE_ADD(pt.created_timestamp, INTERVAL pt.priority_days DAY), "%Y-%m-%d") AS `priority_date`, d.department, GROUP_CONCAT(t.trade) AS `trades`, pt.status FROM property_tasks pt INNER JOIN properties p ON p.property_id = pt.property_id INNER JOIN task_types tt ON tt.task_type_id = pt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trade_task_types ttt ON ttt.task_type_id = tt.task_type_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ttt.trade_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = pt.department_id INNER JOIN property_appointments pa ON pa.property_task_id != pt.property_task_id AND tt.task_type != "Gas Service" AND d.department != "Gas Servicing" )) task_appointment INNER JOIN (SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(d.department) AS `departments`, GROUP_CONCAT(t.trade) AS `trades` FROM users u INNER JOIN trade_departments td ON td.department_id = u.user_id INNER JOIN departments d ON d.department_id = td.user_id INNER JOIN user_trades ut ON ut.user_id = u.user_id INNER JOIN trades t ON t.trade_id = ut.trade_id WHERE u.user_id = 1 ) user WHERE user.departments REGEXP REPLACE(task_appointment.department, ',', '|') > 0 AND user.trades REGEXP REPLACE(task_appointment.trades, ',', '|') > 0 AND status = "Active" ORDER BY task_appointment.priority_date ASC note the unions are almost simular but draw different rows 1st being gas servicing under certian conditions and 2nd anything else thank you
  15. i have two CONCAT_GROUPS in my sql query, 1 being the users trades and the other being the trades required for the a particular task. What im tyring to do is to find if the user has the correct trade for a particular task. here is what ive got so far which does work, but doesnt match the words as i want, for instance if @user_trades = REPLACE('plumb,electrician', ',', '|'), it will still match for plumb SELECT @user_trades := REPLACE('plumber,electrician', ',', '|'), // regex @task_trades := 'painter,plumber', // string @task_trades REGEXP @user_trades how can i make the regex match a trade 100% or nothing thank you
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