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## Calculate how many times in a month the break was exceeded by an employee

Hi team,

I have a data with time in seconds (decimal) which is converted to time format with below DAX.

Total Aux =
VAR TotalDuration = divide (SUM ( xxxxx[Aux2])+sum(xxxxx[Aux3])+sum(xxxxx[Aux8]),24*60*60)
VAR TotalHours = TRUNC ( 24 * TotalDuration )
VAR MinSec = FORMAT ( TotalDuration - TotalHours / 24, "nn:ss" )

Now I have to count how many days in a month an employee has exceeded (6300 seconds) the break allocated.

I have a date table in my data model as well.

Could you please guide me how i can achieve this.
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Hi, @Anonymous ;

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Community Support Team_ Yalan Wu
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Community Support

Hi, @Anonymous ;

``````New measure =
VAR _TotalDuration =
DIVIDE (
SUM ( itops_telecom[Aux2] ) + SUM ( itops_telecom[Aux3] )
+ SUM ( itops_telecom[Aux8] ),
24 * 60 * 60
)
RETURN
COUNTX (
SUMMARIZE (
FILTER ( ITOps_Telecom, _TotalDuration > 6300 ),
ITOps_Telecom[logid],
ITOps_Telecom[row_date]
),
ITOps_Telecom[logid]
)
``````

If not, can you share a simple example similar? It is difficult to judge the correct measure without scenarios.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team_ Yalan Wu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User

@Anonymous , You have to try a measure like

New measure =
var _TotalDuration = divide(SUM ( xxxxx[Aux2])+sum(xxxxx[Aux3])+sum(xxxxx[Aux8]),24*60*60)
return
countx(filter(summarize(table, table[employee], Table[Month Year], "_1", _TotalDuration),[_1]>6300), [Employee])

Anonymous
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I added the below . but its giving blank results. is there something that im doing wrong?

New measure =
var _TotalDuration = divide(SUM ( itops_telecom[Aux2])+sum(itops_telecom[Aux3])+sum(itops_telecom[Aux8]),24*60*60)
return
countx(filter(summarize(ITOps_Telecom,ITOps_Telecom[logid], ITOps_Telecom[row_date] , "_1", _TotalDuration),[_1]>6300), ITOps_Telecom[logid])
Super User

@Anonymous , row_date will group data at the day level, not the month, if 6300 was the expected value for month

Anonymous
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@amitchandak  yes. I want to calculate how many days in a month have exceeded 6300 (per day) not 6300 per month

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