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Posted on 2009-05-05
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I received a filed in the format of seconds, for example 36000 for 10h00m. Does RP have any function to do it?
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Perhaps I am stating the obvious, but cannot you do something like this:
RIGHT(CONVERT(varchar(20), DATEADD(second, 36000, '19000101'), 101), 7)
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direct in report buik do not work.
I find it must be STRING(TIME( ), "HH:MM")

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