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lastexecutiontime without GMT + 5:30is

HI friends,

here I am using a function

="Last Refresh : "+ToDate(LastExecutionDate();"dd/MM/yy")+" "+LastExecutionTime()

for example this will give a result Last Refresh : 8/5/14 12:27:03 AM GMT + 5:30

but we don't want to display GMT + 5:30.

How can I do this i can make it with a new cell by LastExecutionTime()

but I don't want to create a new cell because of some alignment issues


Please anybody give me a solution to achieve this in one empty cell.

Thanks.

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  • Posted on May 08, 2014 at 08:50 PM

    Neeraj,

    Try to following.

    =Left(LastExecutionTime()+" ";Pos(LastExecutionTime()+" ";" ")+2)

    The trick was to concatenate a space " " to convert time to string.

    There's probably a better way, but it is what I have for now =D.

    Best

    Leandro

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