Display value in hh:mm time format in SSRS Report

Hi Everybody,
I have an SSRS report where one of the column is sum of time values. When I do the summation, the values are coming in this format. In the last column the minute value is getting displayed more than 60. How can I format it to proper time format as hh:mm
so that it displays as "08:15" . The expression which I am using is "  Sum(CDec(FormatNumber(Fields!Overtime_Hours.Value,2)),"Month"). Your help would be highly appreciated.
January
31/1/2014
21/04/2014
00:00
07:75
00:00
07:75
Thanks & Regards,
 RPC
Regards RCP

Hi RPC24,
According to your description, you can calculate the correct value of time summation. Now you want to make the result into proper time format (hh:mm). Right?
In this scenario, we can convert the time into string type, split the string based on delimiter ":" and convert each part into integer. Then do the calculation for each part and set the hour increase 1 every 60 minutes (we can adjust in expression).
We have tested this case in our local environment. Here are screenshots for you reference:
1. The report design looks like below:
A: =Format(TimeValue(Fields!StartTime.Value.ToString),"hh:mm")
B:=CStr(SUM(CInt(split(CStr(Format(TimeValue(Fields!StartTime.Value.ToString),"hh:mm")),":")(0)))+SUM(CInt(split(CStr(Format(TimeValue(Fields!StartTime.Value.ToString),"hh:mm")),":")(1)))\60)+":"+CStr(SUM(CInt(split(CStr(Format(TimeValue(Fields!StartTime.Value.ToString),"hh:mm")),":")(1)))
Mod 60)
Ps: In this sample, we used Time data type. You may need to do some modification in your expression based on the data type of the time data field.
2. The result looks like below:
Reference:
Summing the Value of HH: MM: SS In SSRS
If you have any question, please feel free to ask.
Best Regards,
Simon Hou

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