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Calculate Date and Time difference considering the weekends and workhours

  Hi everybody!

 

I'm still learning how to use Power BI, I search for this everywhere but I didn't found an answer!

Here is the thing,

 

I need to calculate the difference between dates and time, but the thing is that I need to calculate just the working days and the workhours.

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Taking the first line as an example: (03/11/2016 13:57:22 - 03/01/201613:36:38) the column hours should be 63:38:38

Considering that 03/05 and 06/05 are saturday and sunday, and considering that the work hours are from 08:00AM to 18:00PM.

 

How can I solve that!

 

Thank you!

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@dcs136

 

The only possibility I can think of is that there is something wrong with the Calendar'[WorkDay] formula. Could you please check this column formula is like below? The data type of this column should be “True/False”.

If it is actually same as mine, could you please upload your .pbix file to OneDrive and share it with me? In that case I can take a look at your .pbix file and try to solve the problem.

 

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Best Regards,

Herbert

 

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@dcs136

 

How about the result if we update the “FirstDaySecDiff” measure as below?

 

FirstDaySecDiff = 
IF (
    Table1[FirstDayEndTime] >= Table1[DateTimeFrom]
        && Table1[FirstDayEndTime] <= Table1[DateTimeTo],
    DATEDIFF ( Table1[DateTimeFrom], Table1[FirstDayEndTime], SECOND ),
    IF (
        Table1[FirstDayEndTime] >= Table1[DateTimeFrom]
            && Table1[FirstDayEndTime] > Table1[DateTimeTo],
        DATEDIFF ( Table1[DateTimeFrom], Table1[DateTimeTo], SECOND ),
        0
    )
)

 

Best Regards,

Herbert

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42 REPLIES 42

Hebert!

 

Thanks again!

 

It was exactly what you said.

 

The column Workday was duplicate.

 

Now it's working perfect!!

 

 

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