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Calculating Working Hours

Calculating Working Hours

Calculating Working Hours

I have been using a formula to calculate the number of business hours between two dates.  The problem is that the formula is for a later version of crystal and i am using crystal 6.  This is the formula


Numbervar Days :={@Working Days};
Timevar SetStart:= TimeVal("08:30");
TimeVar SetEnd:= TimeVal ("17:00");
TimeVar StartTime:=TimeVal({@Call Time});
TimeVar EndTime:=TimeVal({Call Time 2});

Crystal 6 doesn't have the timevalue function, can anyone help me with this please?

Thanks in advance

RE: Calculating Working Hours

I don't know if it will do what you want but there is a UFL that you can download from Crystal Care Technical support called Date-Time difference ufldtdif.exe. It is suitable for any version from 5 and above.

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RE: Calculating Working Hours

Cheers i will have a look

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