@Biswajit_1993 - Thank you for posting your query. I hope the datatype of Job Start Date and Job End Date columns are datetime. If that’s the case then you should be suing the datediff function which should return the correct value that you are looking for. Please check this link here.
I have tried to replicate at my end as well and it is giving me correct value. Hope this helps!
@Biswajit_1993 - Thank you for your response. By default column, you mean that it came as part of the data source column itself. Is that the right understanding? If that’s the case then what is the datatype of the column? If that’s a numeric column then you can use the coalesce function to replace the NULL value with 0.
Yes @sagmukhe yes it is the default column for the respective data source and the datatype is numeric so I as per your I will use the Coalesce function.
Let me do that and will get back to you
Thanks for sharing your idea.