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YEAR and MONTH function

i write this formula:

Year A = YEAR('All Manufacturings (4)'[Added Time])
but when i try to covert it to date type it show wrong value, it show me 1900 for all value, what is the problem?
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Hi, @waleed111 

I can reproduce your issue here.

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I guess that you column "Year A" is of type "DATE".

As mentioned in this document ,function "Year"  returns the year of a date as a four digit integer in the range 1900-9999.

It is suggest to convert your column  "Year A" to type "text"  

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

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Hi @waleed111 can you show your AddedTime column data?

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@waleed111 , it may be because it is time or has data type as time.

 

Only time will have a year 1900



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 It is of type date.

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@waleed111 , this is strange, Can you share sample  pbix after removing sensitive data.

 

Try this

Year A = format('[Added Time],"YYYY")

 

Hope you do not have another table. Try without a table name

Year A = YEAR('[Added Time])

 

 



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when i use:

Year A = format('[Added Time],"YYYY")

it show me this error: cannot convert value to date.

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Hi, @waleed111 

I can reproduce your issue here.

79.png

78.png

I guess that you column "Year A" is of type "DATE".

As mentioned in this document ,function "Year"  returns the year of a date as a four digit integer in the range 1900-9999.

It is suggest to convert your column  "Year A" to type "text"  

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

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