In reporting services comes back as total seconds for a day.
If I divide it like this.
=Fields!TOTALTIME.Value / 60 / 60
I would get results like 7.50, and 7.88.
How do I convert the field to show hour and minutes like on a clock? So everytime it hits 60 minutes its the next hour.
So 7.50 I think would be like 7 hour and 30 minutes.
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