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Moving files from within RIFL script

Moving files from within RIFL script

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I'm writing this script as an After Transformation module. I want to check to see if there is a folder named 1-31 depending on the day of the month. If there is one, I want to delete all the files in it and move my current source file to that folder. If there isn't one, I want to create one and move the source file there. This is working except for the fileCopy function in the very last line. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Natalie

dim dt
dim s
dim dr
dim f
dim r
dim c

s=MacroValue("DirSeparator")
dt = ltrim(str$(Day(Date())))
dr = MacroValue("Data")
f = dr & dt & s
r = dr & dt
c = MacroValue("FileType")

if fileexists(r) then
    if FileExists(f & c) then
        FileDelete(f & c)
        else
    end if
else
    MakeDirectory(r)
end if    

FileCopy((dr & c), (f & c))    

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