UDF to convert Seconds to DDD:MM:MM:SS Format

This function takes a number of Seconds in BIGINT format and calculations and displays that in a DDD:HH:MM:SS format.I wrote this because I needed to work out the duration between two datetimes and required the result to be displayed in a Report (VARCHAR (12)) format from a Select statementTo Use:SELECT dbo.csp_SecondsToDaysHoursMinutesSeconds(DATEDIFF(SS, , ))  AS DurationFROM […]

2002-05-09

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