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evvxp13
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HH:MM:SS to integer

Hi,

 

Need help on converting HH:MM:SS to Integer in power bi report builder.

 

1. using SQL Query, created Data source and Data sets in Power Bi report builder.

2. have column HH:MM:SS (01:00:00) need to convert to the decimal number as we do in excel. (example .343444)

 

 

 

Please le me know if you need further details,

 

Regards

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V-pazhen-msft
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@evvxp13 

What unit do you want it to display? Hours, minutes or seconds?

You can just convert time to integer using sql.
How to convert hh:mm:ss to seconds in SQL Server with more than 24 hours - Stack Overflow

How to display a time span of seconds in hh:mm:ss format in Reporting Services - Stack Overflow

 

If you want to calculate in report builder. You will need to sum the field using split. Please refer to the split expressions in reply, just sum the hours*3600+minute*60+seconds.

Totalling HHMMSS in SSRS (microsoft.com)

 

 

Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team
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V-pazhen-msft
Community Support
Community Support

@evvxp13 

What unit do you want it to display? Hours, minutes or seconds?

You can just convert time to integer using sql.
How to convert hh:mm:ss to seconds in SQL Server with more than 24 hours - Stack Overflow

How to display a time span of seconds in hh:mm:ss format in Reporting Services - Stack Overflow

 

If you want to calculate in report builder. You will need to sum the field using split. Please refer to the split expressions in reply, just sum the hours*3600+minute*60+seconds.

Totalling HHMMSS in SSRS (microsoft.com)

 

 

Paul Zheng _ Community Support Team
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Fowmy
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Super User

@evvxp13 

Check if this works:

New Column = HOUR([TimeColumn]) + MINUTE([TimeColumn])/60 + SECOND([TimeColumn])/60/60
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