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## Working hours without non-working hours, no weekends and no holidays

Hello guys

I need to calculate the working hours between two dates BUT, I need it to be with non-working hours, with no weekends and with no holidays (a given list of dates)

My working hours are from 09:00 to 19:00, from monday to friday. everything thats outside of that timeframe should be out of the calculation.

THANKS!

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Resolver IV

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Calculating-Working-hours/td-p/374255

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Calculating-filled-working-hours/td-p/364518

It will help you hot to set your work hours, and all of steps necessary to complete this problem!

Don't forget to mark as solution this post if you got it!

Best Regards,

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Solution Sage

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Helper II

@LivioLanzoworking_hours is what I need, but taking these conditions:

working hours from 09:00 to 19:00

firstdate                       lastdate                     working_hours    conditions

12/06/2018 09:00       12/06/2018 16:00                               1rst: both dates are in the same day and are easy to calculate

16/07/2018 13:30       17/07/2018 10:00     6,5                        2nd: different dates  but both are working days

21/09/2018 12:00       23/09/2018 21:00     7                           3th: only takes working days, it skips weekends or holidays

null                              15/09/2018 11:00     0                           4th: if the firstdate is an empty row, shows 0

30/09/2018 14:30       29/09/2018 10:00     0                           5th: if the lastdate is previous to firstdate, shows 0

As you can see there are some conditions; i found similar topic in this post:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Calculating-Working-hours/m-p/374255/highlight/true

I tried to apply that solution, but the thing is, im having a couple of errors when the firstdate is empty, or when lastdate is previous to firstdate.

Im sure you can help me out.. Thanks

Solution Sage

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AiiWkkwHZChHjxZoTPCZwSgJpPvS

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Solution Sage

Hi @omarevp

could you kindly mark my post as an accepted solution ( I assume it is since you kudo-ed my post )

thank you

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Helper II

@LivioLanzoThanks!

In fact, at first it worked for me, then i found some issues.. I used a previous solution, from my friend @henriquesilveir

I tried that solution before, but did it wrong, and this time it worked for me.. Thanks for your time, i really appreciate your help, both of you.

Have an excellent day!

Solution Sage
Could you share the issues you had with my file?

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Resolver IV

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Calculating-Working-hours/td-p/374255

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Calculating-filled-working-hours/td-p/364518

It will help you hot to set your work hours, and all of steps necessary to complete this problem!

Don't forget to mark as solution this post if you got it!

Best Regards,