Date and Time Functions (Report Builder 1.0)
Use these functions to calculate date and time values. For example, suppose you want to know which day of the week typically has the most number of sales. Using the DAYOFWEEK function, you could create a formula that identifies the number of sales orders per day. Here is another example, suppose you want to compare quarterly earnings over the past year. Using the QUARTER function, you could break down the sales for the entire year by quarter.
Date and Time functions can use the following data types: String, Integer, and DateTime. Their default format is determined by your local computer locale settings.
Returns a datetime value given a year, month, and day.
Returns a datetime that is the result of adding the specified number of time interval units to the original datetime.
Returns the difference between the Start datetime and the End datetime.
Returns a datetime given the year, month, day, hour, minute, and second.
Returns the year, month, and day from a datetime value.
Extracts the day from a datetime.
Returns the day of the week.
Returns the day of the year of the datetime.
Extracts the hour from a datetime.
Extracts the minute from a datetime.
Returns the month from a datetime.
Returns the current date and time.
Returns the calendar quarter (1-4) from a datetime.
Extracts the second from a datetime.
Returns the hour, minute, and second from a datetime value.
Returns the current date.
Returns the numeric value for the week within the calendar year.
Returns a year value from a datetime.