Converts a number of seconds to the equivalent duration in the form dd:hh:mm:ss.
For a description of the business object categories, see Notes on "Enabled For".
|Business Object Category||Yes/No|
|Business Rules: Before-Save Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (After Save, with or without Also Recalculate on Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (Before Save or Always, without Also Recalculate On Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (Before Save or Always, with Recalculate On Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Editing Rules||Yes1|
|Business Rules: Initialization Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Read Only Rules||No|
|Business Rules: Required Rules||Yes1|
|Business Rules: Validation Rules||Yes1|
|Quick Actions (except UI Quick Actions)||Yes|
|UI Quick Actions||No|
|Search/Dashboard without field references||Yes|
|Search/Dashboard with field references||No|
|1. Except when this field appears on a form or is triggered by such a field.|
|value||The number of seconds to be converted.|
Text value of the form dd:hh:mm:ss. For example, 06:06:55:58.
•For durations less than one day, the dd: is omitted.
•For durations less than one hour, the hh: is also omitted.
•For durations less than one minute, the mm: is also omitted.
To find the difference between the created date and time and the last modified date and time, use the following example:
$(SecondsToTime(DateDiff("second", ToString(LastModDateTime), ToString(CreatedDateTime))))
In this example, the DateDiff() function is used to compute the difference in seconds between the value of the LastModDateTime and CreatedDateTime times. The function then converts the seconds to a text value in the dd:hh:mm:ss format.
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