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Why do I get error message The result of a conversion or arithmetic is either too large or too small

Hi,

 

I have a bar chart displaying dates and phone queues on the horizontal axis, and Average Waiting Time duration in seconds in the value field, which is this calculation : 

Waiting Time Average Duration = SUM(QueuesReport[Waiting Time Total Duration in seconds])/SUM(QueuesReport[Nb Answered])

Then I have another measure that displays the previous one, but as a string formatted like HH:MM:SS.

The problem is when I put this measure as a tooltips, I get the error "The result of a conversion or arithmetic is either too large or too small".

Do somone have any idea why I'm getting this error ?

 

Thank you very much !

 

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Re: Why do I get error message The result of a conversion or arithmetic is either too large or too s

@Benoitcoutu are you changing the format of this measure Waiting Time Average Duration to hh:mm:ss






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Re: Why do I get error message The result of a conversion or arithmetic is either too large or too s

Hi @parry2k,

 

No I did not change the format to hh:mm:ss of Waiting Time Average Duration. This measure gives me decimal numbers when I place it in a simple card. 

To get the value in hh:mm:ss format, I created another measure using Waiting Time Average Duration,  which is that one : 

 

Waiting Time Average Duration (HH:MM:SS) =
// Duration formatting
// * Given a number of seconds; returns a format of "hh:mm:ss"
//
// We start with a duration in number of seconds
VAR Duration = [Waiting Time Average Duration]
// There are 3;600 seconds in an hour
VAR Hours =
    INT ( Duration / 3600)
// There are 60 seconds in a minute
VAR Minutes =
    INT ( MOD( Duration - ( Hours * 3600 );3600 ) / 60)
// Remaining seconds are the remainder of the seconds divided by 60 after subtracting out the hours
VAR Seconds =
    ROUNDUP(MOD ( MOD( Duration - ( Hours * 3600 );3600 ); 60 );0) // We round up here to get a whole number
// These intermediate variables ensure that we have leading zero's concatenated onto single digits
// Hours with leading zeros
VAR H =
    IF ( LEN ( Hours ) = 1;
        CONCATENATE ( "0"; Hours );
        CONCATENATE ( ""; Hours )
      )
// Minutes with leading zeros
VAR M =
    IF (
        LEN ( Minutes ) = 1;
        CONCATENATE ( "0"; Minutes );
        CONCATENATE ( ""; Minutes )
    )
// Seconds with leading zeros
VAR S =
    IF (
        LEN ( Seconds ) = 1;
        CONCATENATE ( "0"; Seconds );
        CONCATENATE ( ""; Seconds )
    )
// Now return hours; minutes and seconds with leading zeros in the proper format "hh:mm:ss"
RETURN
    CONCATENATE (
        H;
        CONCATENATE ( ":"; CONCATENATE ( M; CONCATENATE ( ":"; S ) ) )
    )
 
And then when I place this measure in the tooltips section, it throws the mentionned error.Chart.png
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Re: Why do I get error message The result of a conversion or arithmetic is either too large or too s

Hi @Benoitcoutu ,

 

Kindly share your sample data and excepted result to me if you don't have any Confidential Information. Please upload your files to One Drive and share the link here.

 

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