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Anonymous
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How to convert time zone of date time?

I'm reading data from Cosmos DB. I have there EventProcessedUTCTime from Stream Analytics.

How to convert datetime to time zone -2h.

 

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az38
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@Anonymous 

why do you have double symbols [[ and ]]? try to clear to format 

[Document.EventProcessedUtcTime]-#duration(0,2,0,0)

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v-eachen-msft
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You could open query editor and use custom column with the following codes:

[Your datetime]-#duration(0,2,0,0)

Then you could delete original column and keep this custom column in your table.

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Anonymous
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I'm getting following errror. Please advice.

 

Expression.Error: We cannot apply operator - to types Record and Duration.
Details:
Operator=-
Left=
Document.EventProcessedUtcTime=18.11.2019 15.07.38
Right=0.02:00:00

Error_Custom_Column.png

 

az38
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@Anonymous 

why do you have double symbols [[ and ]]? try to clear to format 

[Document.EventProcessedUtcTime]-#duration(0,2,0,0)

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Is the type of column date/time? If not, please change it to date/time type at first.

 

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az38
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hi @Anonymous 

create calculated column

Column = 'Table'[DateTime]-time(2;0;0)

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