SDU Tools: Start of Working Week and End of Working Week in SQL Server T-SQL

I mentioned in my last SDU_Tools post that I get really good feedback all the time from users of our free SDU Tools for developers and DBAs, but none more than when we have more and more date and time functions. Another pair of functions that we added in v19 that was recently shipped was StartOfWorkingWeek and EndOfWorkingWeek.

These are simple scalar functions that take a single date parameter, and return the date for the Monday and the Friday of the week that contains the date provided.

Note: we've assumed that working weeks start on Monday and end on Friday but it's easy to change the functions to achieve that as well.

You can use our tools as a set or as a great example of how to write functions like these.

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You can see it in action in the main image above, and in the video here:

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