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kayleeholt
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Dashboard flipping to next day at UTC not Midnight CST.

Hello,

 

We are having an issue where at 7pm during our refresh the dashboard is flipping to the next day (using UTC). We have updated all our formulas to convert the timezone to CST using the following: = DateTime.Date(DateTimeZone.RemoveZone(DateTimeZone.ToLocal(DateTimeZone.UtcNow()))). The time even displays correct when published. 

How do we prevent this from happening? So it flips to the next day at 12:00am CST...

 

Thanks in advance!

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GilbertQ
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Hi @kayleeholt 

 

Just a quick note is that all the Power BI Servers world wide are configured in the UTC timezone.

 

What I have done in the past is to rather hard code the additional time by adding the following to your code. In my example below I am adding 10 hours.

 

DateTime.Date(DateTimeZone.ToLocal(DateTimeZone.UtcNow() + #duration(0,10,0,0)))

  





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