Hi all.If I've got a query which has a field with seconds in it... how will I usethe Convert function to get my field converted to the format: HH:MM:SS ?The field with the seconds in is called: "Diff"Thanks alotRudi
I have a column of data that is the number of seconds. I need to format this column into the HH:MMS format. If there are 130 seconds the second column should read 00:02:10. How can I accomplish this in report builder or is it even possible in Report builder? I can use the following formula in SQL but is there a way to do it in Report Builder?
I have a field with seconds in it and I need to disply it in hours which I can do by dividing it by 3600, but I am trying to figure out how to round it up to the nearest 15 minutes. I have tried a couple of things with ROUND and CEILING, but am not getting the right numbers back. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I have a field in nvarchar type. It contains data like 0, :23, 1:57, ... all in minutes and seconds. Now, I need to convert it to MM:SS using query and get the Average of this column. How can I do it? I have tried Avg(Convert(nvarchar(20), [Calling Time], 108)) .. but I got error : The average aggregate operation cannot take a nvarchar data type as an argument.Help!!!! :(
can any one tell me how to change seconds to minutes by using if condition in rss...
for example i have value of seconds=50, minutes should come like this 50/60=0.833333.... i got the answer ... but the problem is how to roundoff or truncate the minutes to 0.83 or 0.84 from 0.8333333...
In BIDS, I created a time dimension using the wizard. Unfortunately, the template used by the wizard does not contain Hours, Minutes and Seconds; so, I added them using the designer. Now, when I try to build, deploy and process I get the error: Unable to find matching TimeAttributeType. Cannot anyone explain why this is happening and what can be done about? Is there a template available somewhere that does create time dimensions with time and not just dates?
I found in another forum that if I take the seconds and divide them by 15 then round up and multiply them by 4 I can get this done, but I can't figure out how to work it into my select statement. Anyhelp would be greatly appreciated. dbo.SLPTRANS.TimeSpent is the field I am trying to convert.
SELECT dbo.SLPTRANS.ClientID, SUM(dbo.SLPTRANS.TransValue) AS Expr1, dbo.SLPTRANS.TimeSpent AS Expr2 FROM dbo.SLPTRANS INNER JOIN dbo.INVOICE ON dbo.SLPTRANS.InvoiceID = dbo.INVOICE.RecordID GROUP BY dbo.SLPTRANS.ClientID HAVING (dbo.SLPTRANS.ClientID = 405)
I have been trying for a while now to convert seconds which are obtainted from the database into the format mm:ss.
Typically in Excel, I convert my time in integer values divided by 86400 (24/60/60) and then format the cell to "mm:ss" and everything is fine. Now, I am have been trying to reproduce that same logic using Reporting Services (2000) without any success.
I saw on previous post that you can use the format property in RS but if I put in the code "mm:ss" I get the value in text "mm:ss" (i.e.: not the numbers converted).
I have a column in a table that stores the number of hours a task took to do. The column TaskDuration is a datetime datatype. I need to convert the hours to something that can be summed. Does anyone how this can be done? I tried CONVERT(nvarchar(5), tblTasks.TaskDuration, 108) but of course the nvarchar(5) cannot be summed. Maybe there is a way to convert the time portion to minutes and divide it by 60, anyway if someone can offer some help I appreciate it.
I am really confused and I canâ€™t concentrate. Please help me with this easy question: I have a field which contains seconds for example 128460 I need to have how much hours is that in my Query. Please Help me.
I'm using a stored procedure that outputs a field of duration in seconds... I'm limited in that I cannot edit the stored procedure to alter the output but I need to convert this duration to hh:mm:ss. Is there a way to do this using the expression editor in RS 2000?
HiI am trying to use the WAITFOR function to make each loop in a cursoroccur every 4 seconds until the curdb is emptythe prtocedure is as follows---------------- startcreate procedure q_additionalrabatt@additionalrabatt float,@ordernr intASdeclare @ordradnr intdeclare curdb cursor for select ordernr, ordradnr from orp whereordernr = @ordernrfor read onlyopen curdbfetch curdb into @ordernr, @ordradnrwhile @@fetch_status = 0beginupdateorpsetorp.rabatt1 = (orp.rabatt1 + @additionalrabatt)whereorp.ordernr = @ordernr andorp.ordradnr = @ordradnrfetch curdb into @ordernr, @ordradnrendclose curdbdeallocate curdb------------------- endI need to make sure, that before it fetches the next row it waits 4seconds before executing the next loop.Matt
I have a stored procedure that is run from a SQLAgent job every 60 seconds. It works well and reliably. Trouble is I need to schedule the job more often, approximately every 10 seconds. Job/SP checks an input table and processes new arrivals unless automatically turned off while doing heavy db maintenance. The Job Scheduler won't go any faster than 1/minute. Any ideas??
i have a huge table.One of the columns of the table is fTime, which is datetime data type. But there is NO seconds in the fTime column. What i wanna do is to add seconds to this column according to the example below;
Shortly, as you can understand from above, the first second should be 00, the last second should be 59 and the rest will be calculated by, 60/count of same fTime rows - except the last row. There is one important thing to consider, which is the speed of the statements which include those calculations because of the huge number of rows i my table.
I have a job where the first step starts and checks for a condition. If its not true, I want it to reset itself and start again in 10 minutes. I'm using sp_stop_job and sp_update_jobschedule and, initially, it looks like it works. But since it's a Daily job, the 'Next Run Date' increments to the following day. Even though I'm using sp_update_jobschedule to keep the active_start_date as the same day, it still increments. I've tried updating sysjobschedules directly, but get the same results.
Any thoughts much appreciated! Here's my code: USE msdb
--This is the part that goes in the job step --and increments the next_run_time if the condition is true.
If (Select count('x') from mytable (NoLock) Where PublicationDate > getdate()) < 1 BEGIN Declare @ActiveStartDate int Declare @ActiveStartTime int
Select @ActiveStartDate = active_start_date from msdb.dbo.sysjobschedules (NoLock) Where schedule_id = 61 Select @ActiveStartTime = active_start_time from msdb.dbo.sysjobschedules (NoLock) Where schedule_id = 61