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hi every one. I'm facing a problem before last 10 days i try many time but i found No solution.
I'm developing a Restaurant POS .
and Now i make report for Daily Sale i'm facing a problem in a SQL query that get data for daily sale.
My Restaurant is opening time is 13:00 and Closing time is 04:00 of Tomorrow.
just like that

Opening date & time is =14.08.2019 & 13:00
Closing date & Time is =15.08.2019 & 04:00

We have 24 hours Time format.

I'm trying this SQL Query. But i always get result
Total sale=0.00

Please Help me

What I have tried:

ALTER procedure [dbo].[USP_Select_sale_Baseon_Employee]
@Emid int,
@Dateofbil  datetime,
@Todate  datetime,
@Fromtime time(7),
@Endtime time(7)
   coalesce(sum( c.[Receableamount]),0) as 'recevable'
  FROM [dbo].[Customer_Bill_Details] c
  where [EmID]=@Emid and      [Billdate]>=@Dateofbil and BillTime>=@Fromtime and [Billdate]<=@Todate and BillTime<=@Endtime
Updated 10-Aug-19 9:39am
Maciej Los 12-Aug-19 4:15am
Can you provide sample data?

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Solution 1

Currently, you have a mysterious date called "today" and some disconnected "times".

Calculate TWO "date times" for the requested PERIOD specifying the OPEN and CLOSING "date times"; then find the BILLING DATES within the range (if you have ones "outside" the "ranges" you obviously have another problem).

e.g. closing date time = opening date time + 15 hours.

OR, the daily report for "Day2" uses the "opening date time" from the "previous" day for the period start (if using proper accounting).

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