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When looking at durations in TM UIs you typically see something like this, in thehhhh:mm format, so for example 64 hours look like this

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This is ok for shorter durations, but when crossing the 100h it might be hard to read.

There is a user parameter SZN which can be used to change the format:

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When set to 1 it will be displayed as ddd hh:mm, so the 64 hours are 2 days and 16 hours

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When set to 2 it shows it in ddd,dd, so parts of a day, so in our example 2 days and 2/3 of a day… looks very special to me, so it´s more for the sake of completeness to mention it here…

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When set to 3 it shows our default hhhhhh:mm format as shown at the beginning.

As a side note: On the database it is always stored as hhhhhh:mm:ss.

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  1. Erik von der Osten

    Thanks for the hint with the user parameter.

    Shouldn’t the label then either consider this parameter (and therefore change depending on the parameter value) or should not show a time format at all?

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