Source code for pm4py.util.business_hours

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import datetime
from typing import List
from copy import copy
from pm4py.util import constants

[docs]def soj_time_business_hours_diff(st: datetime.datetime, et: datetime.datetime, worktiming: List[int], weekends: List[int], workcalendar=constants.DEFAULT_BUSINESS_HOURS_WORKCALENDAR) -> float: """ Calculates the difference between the provided timestamps based on the business hours Parameters ----------------- st Start timestamp et Complete timestamp worktiming work schedule of the company (provided as a list where the first number is the start of the work time, and the second number is the end of the work time), if business hours are enabled Default: [7, 17] (work shift from 07:00 to 17:00) weekends indexes of the days of the week that are weekend Default: [6, 7] (weekends are Saturday and Sunday) Returns ----------------- diff Difference in business hours """ bh = BusinessHours(st.replace(tzinfo=None), et.replace(tzinfo=None), worktiming=worktiming, weekends=weekends, workcalendar=workcalendar) return bh.getseconds()
[docs]class BusinessHours: def __init__(self, datetime1, datetime2, **kwargs): self.datetime1 = datetime1 self.datetime2 = datetime2 self.weekends = kwargs["weekends"] if "weekends" in kwargs else [6, 7] # supports either specification of uninterrupted work timing, # or with breaks self.worktiming = kwargs["worktiming"] if "worktiming" in kwargs else [7, 17] # workalendar calendar (it permits to query if a given day # is a working day in a given culture) self.workcalendar = kwargs[ "workcalendar"] if "workcalendar" in kwargs else constants.DEFAULT_BUSINESS_HOURS_WORKCALENDAR if type(self.worktiming[0]) is int or type(self.worktiming[0]) is float: self.worktiming = [self.worktiming] if type(self.worktiming) is not dict: self.worktiming = {i: self.worktiming for i in range(0, 7)}
[docs] def getseconds(self): current_date = copy(self.datetime1) summ = 0 for dayweek in self.worktiming: for wt in self.worktiming[dayweek]: timedelta_nd = datetime.timedelta(days=1.0) dt1 = datetime.datetime(year=current_date.year, month=current_date.month,, hour=int(wt[0]), minute=int((wt[0] - int(wt[0])) * 60)) dt2 = datetime.datetime(year=current_date.year, month=current_date.month,, hour=int(wt[1]), minute=int((wt[1] - int(wt[1])) * 60)) while dt1 <= self.datetime2: if dt2 > self.datetime2: dt2 = self.datetime2 if dt1.weekday() == dayweek: timedelta_nd = datetime.timedelta(days=7.0) if self.__is_working_day(dt1): diff = dt2.timestamp() - max(dt1, self.datetime1).timestamp() if diff > 0: summ += diff dt1 = dt1 + timedelta_nd dt2 = dt2 + timedelta_nd return summ
def __is_working_day(self, dt): if self.workcalendar is None: return dt.isoweekday() not in self.weekends return self.workcalendar.is_working_day(dt)