SQL Query - Time Spent on Cases

Hi All,

At the moment if I do a simple SQL select on the Jira database it shows the timespent field as what I can only presume seconds like below:

71580
60
60
60
60
60
60
28200
253980
900
720
14460

 

I am trying to do a report in Microsoft PowerBI so how do I format this in SQL to show hours or minutes, I have tried doing round(jiraissue.TIMESPENT/3600,2) as 'Time Logged' but not sure if this is working propery?

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Hi Andrew,

I would check out the following Stack Overflow articles for guidance on how to convert the seconds into minutes/hours, etc:

Convert seconds to hours: minutes: seconds

SQL server, Converting Seconds to Minutes, Hours, Days

Since you are trying to use round you may want to start with SQL server, Converting Seconds to Minutes, Hours, Days.

Cheers,

Branden

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