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VivekC Regular Visitor
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Night Shift timings calculation

Hello Folks,

 

I am calculating shift timing of night employees .

For night shift,  I am calculating Minimum EST In time  and while showing  i am using IST time.

So the problem is If I look at one day data it gives perfect working hours  , but when I increase date range then it sum up working hours.

I am attaching Snap for calrification :

 

Below snap is for one day : 

one day calculation.PNG

 

 

Below snap is for multiple dates : 

 

multiple day.PNG

 

Thanks In Advance !!

 

Regards,

Vivek 

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

hi, @VivekC

After my research, This involves the row context and filter context,

You could do these as below:

Step1:

Adjust your formula as below:

TOTAL HRS WORKED = 
VAR WORKINGMIN =
DATEDIFF(MIN(ATTENDANCE[IN TIME]),MAX(ATTENDANCE[OUT TIME]),MINUTE)
RETURN 
VAR WORKINGHRS = 
DIVIDE(WORKINGMIN,60,0)
RETURN
VAR ABC = 
IF(WORKINGHRS>=10,LEFT(WORKINGHRS,3),LEFT(WORKINGHRS,2))+0.01*MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)
RETURN 
VAR P =
MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)
RETURN IF(P=0,WORKINGHRS,ABC)

ABC=IF(WORKINGHRS>=10,LEFT(WORKINGHRS,3),LEFT(WORKINGHRS,2)) +0.01*MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)

do not use "&", this will leads to format error.

Step2:

Use this formula to create a new measure

Measure = var _table=SUMMARIZE(ATTENDANCE,ATTENDANCE[USERID],ATTENDANCE[EMPLOYEENAME],ATTENDANCE[EST DATE].[Date],"aaa",[TOTAL HRS WORKED]) return
CALCULATE(SUMX(_table,[aaa]))

Result:

For example: EMPLOYEENAME is S.Thilak total in 2018-10-19 is 9.57

and in 2018-10-18 is 9.41

now from 2018-10-18 to 2018-10-19 total is 18.98 not 33.11

1.JPG2.JPG3.JPG

here is pbix, please try it.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/eitv20zs7bof2ur/Night%20Shift%20timings%20calculation.pbix?dl=0

 

Best Regards,

Lin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Support Team _ Lin
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Re: Night Shift timings calculation

hi, @VivekC

You just add a date column of EST DATE into visual, otherwise, the result will do an aggregation.

for every EST DATE has different time each day, so you need to add a new est date column

new EST DATE = ATTENDANCE[EST DATE].[Date]

11.JPG

the drag the field into the visual

12.JPG

 

Best Regards,

Lin

 

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

hi, @VivekC

Could you please share your sample pbix file or some data sample with the measure formual of total hours in and expected output. You can upload it to OneDrive or Dropbox and post the link here. Do mask sensitive data before uploading.

 

 

Best Regards,

Lin

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VivekC Regular Visitor
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Re: Night Shift timings calculation

Hi @v-lili6-msft ,

 

Thanks for reply ,

 

please find below link of OneDrive where I uploaded my sample pbix file:

 

https://acs365cloud-my.sharepoint.com/:u:/g/personal/vivek_c_acslimited_com/EaJdqoodjfJEpr5exF6kQJMB...

 

Regards,

Vivek

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

hi, @VivekC

After my research, This involves the row context and filter context,

You could do these as below:

Step1:

Adjust your formula as below:

TOTAL HRS WORKED = 
VAR WORKINGMIN =
DATEDIFF(MIN(ATTENDANCE[IN TIME]),MAX(ATTENDANCE[OUT TIME]),MINUTE)
RETURN 
VAR WORKINGHRS = 
DIVIDE(WORKINGMIN,60,0)
RETURN
VAR ABC = 
IF(WORKINGHRS>=10,LEFT(WORKINGHRS,3),LEFT(WORKINGHRS,2))+0.01*MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)
RETURN 
VAR P =
MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)
RETURN IF(P=0,WORKINGHRS,ABC)

ABC=IF(WORKINGHRS>=10,LEFT(WORKINGHRS,3),LEFT(WORKINGHRS,2)) +0.01*MOD(WORKINGMIN,60)

do not use "&", this will leads to format error.

Step2:

Use this formula to create a new measure

Measure = var _table=SUMMARIZE(ATTENDANCE,ATTENDANCE[USERID],ATTENDANCE[EMPLOYEENAME],ATTENDANCE[EST DATE].[Date],"aaa",[TOTAL HRS WORKED]) return
CALCULATE(SUMX(_table,[aaa]))

Result:

For example: EMPLOYEENAME is S.Thilak total in 2018-10-19 is 9.57

and in 2018-10-18 is 9.41

now from 2018-10-18 to 2018-10-19 total is 18.98 not 33.11

1.JPG2.JPG3.JPG

here is pbix, please try it.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/eitv20zs7bof2ur/Night%20Shift%20timings%20calculation.pbix?dl=0

 

Best Regards,

Lin

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Support Team _ Lin
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VivekC Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

Hi @v-lili6-msft ,

 

Thank you Sir.

 

But can we show two different rows for a employee for two different dates.

From your given example : 

EMPLOYEENAME is S.Thilak total in 2018-10-19 is 9.57

and in 2018-10-18 is 9.41

now from 2018-10-18 to 2018-10-19 total is 18.98 not 33.11

 

So instead of Showing Total 33.11 , i need to show his working hours day wise.

Is there any way to show this.

 

Thanks Once again !!

 

Regards,

Vivek 

 

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

hi, @VivekC

You just add a date column of EST DATE into visual, otherwise, the result will do an aggregation.

for every EST DATE has different time each day, so you need to add a new est date column

new EST DATE = ATTENDANCE[EST DATE].[Date]

11.JPG

the drag the field into the visual

12.JPG

 

Best Regards,

Lin

 

 

Community Support Team _ Lin
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
VivekC Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Night Shift timings calculation

Hi  @v-lili6-msft Sir .

 

Thanks a lot , I am struggling to get this result from past few days but you made it look easy.

 

Thanks & Regards,

Vivek 

 

 

 

 

 

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