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ThiagoDuarte
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Add integer (minutes) to datetime

Hello guys,

 

I need to add an integer to a datetime to get the final date (date time format)

 

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I have the start date column and the duration in minutes as an integer. I need datetime format as output (final date)

 

Any ideas on this?

 

Thanks,

Thiago

 

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New Time1 = MAX('Table'[Time]) + MAX('Table'[Integers])/24/60

Hi @ThiagoDuarte Try  this.

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amitchandak
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@ThiagoDuarte ,

New column = [Start Date] + time(0,[Duration(Minute]), 0)

ThiagoDuarte_0-1638278507856.png

 

it doesn't work

 

the column duration minutes have values over 3000

 

Hi @ThiagoDuarte Try 

[Time]+#duration(0,0,[Integers],0)


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Hi @ThiagoDuarte hide.PNG

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It does work but i cant use it with direct query.

 

i need a directquery solution

hi @ThiagoDuarte , you did not mention direct query in your  question...but you can you use Number.Mod(5, 3) = (2 as an example.) Divide the integers by 60, then the modulus by 60 until less than 60 etc.


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Hi @ThiagoDuarte ,
What if you did this with DAX not in PowerQuery?
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That was my first tought.

 

I tried doing this on dax but i couldn't get it to work properly

var tap = reportfusion[Tap to Tap]  (this is a measure. it sums a few columns)

//inicial
var iniciohora = HOUR(MAX(reportfusion[start date]))
var iniciominuto = MINUTE(MAX(reportfusion[start date]))
var iniciodia = INT(MAX(reportfusion[start date]))
var iniciosegundo = SECOND(MAX(reportfusion[start date]))

//duração
var duracaohora = INT(divide(tap,60))
var duracaominuto = int(reportfusion[Tap to Tap])
var duracaodia = INT(DIVIDE(tap,1440))

//final
var finaldia = convert(iniciodia+duracaodia,DATETIME)
var finalhora = mod(iniciohora+duracaohora,24)+int(divide(duracaominuto,60))
var finalminuto = mod(iniciominuto+duracaominuto,60)

//data final
var dia = DATE(YEAR(finaldia),MONTH(finaldia),day(finaldia))
var hora = IF(LEN(finalhora)=1,0&finalhora,finalhora)
var minuto = IF(LEN(finalminuto)=1,0&finalminuto,finalminuto)

var datafinal = dia&" "&hora&":"&minuto&":"&iniciosegundo
return
datafinal

 

ThiagoDuarte_0-1638288042053.png

 

 

 

New Time1 = MAX('Table'[Time]) + MAX('Table'[Integers])/24/60

Hi @ThiagoDuarte Try  this.

Nathaniel_C_0-1638289357472.png

 



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Ok. That worked beautifully 

 

I was overthinking about this hehe 😅

 

Thank you so much!

Hi @ThiagoDuarte 

I never do that!🤣


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