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I did this on one of my Tabular Report's Calculated Field. I separated them with colons so I was required to convert those DateParts into text using CAST function because it is being rendered as integer:

CAST(DatePart(hour, [@field:Timestamp]) as VARCHAR) + ':' + CAST(DatePart(minute, [@field:Timestamp]) as VARCHAR) +':'+ CAST(DatePart(second, [@field:Timestamp]) as VARCHAR)

Above formula is too long.. the simplest way is to use CONVERT to get its time:

CONVERT(varchar(10), [@field:Timestamp], 114)

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Hi - I would like to add on this post. In case, you would like to get the month using DATEPART() and add leading zero, you may use these formulas:

RIGHT('0' + CAST(DATEPART(month, [@field:DATE]) AS VARCHAR(10)), 2)

or 

RIGHT('0' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(2), DATEPART(MM, [@field:DATE])), 2)


Result:

January = 1 to 01
February = 2 to 02

Since the DATEPART() function returns an integer, leading zero's will always disappear and need to be manually added like so.


Reference:
https://www.w3schools.com/sql/func_sqlserver_datepart.asp

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