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VB Script to Dynamically Copy File?

VB Script to Dynamically Copy File?

VB Script to Dynamically Copy File?

(OP)
First attempt to create DB Script in a DTS...
Goal is to dynamically construct an MDB file (with date/time in file name) which will be the target to an export of 3 lookup tables from SQL Server.
But I get an error on "Set lcSourceFile". Am I missing something?

Any other approaches or suggestions welcomed...

<code>
Function Main()
    Set oMyPackage = DTSGlobalVariables.Parent
    Dim lcSourceFile
    Dim lcTargetFile
    Dim FSO
    Set FSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    Set lcSourceFile = "\\server\files\Template.MDB"
        Set lcTargetFile = "\\server\files\VVL_2009_xx.MDB"
    FSO.CopyFile lcSourceFile, lcTargetFile, True
    oMyPackage.Connections("Export_MDB").DataSource = lcTargetFile
    Main = DTSTaskExecResult_Success
End Function
</code>

 

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RE: VB Script to Dynamically Copy File?

(OP)
Got it... Little cut & paste error...
  Set lcSourceFile = "\\server\files\Template.MDB"
  Set lcTargetFile = "\\server\files\VVL_2009_xx.MDB"
Should be
  lcSourceFile = "\\server\files\Template.MDB"
  lcTargetFile = "\\server\files\VVL_2009_xx.MDB"

 

Steve Medvid
IT Consultant & Web Master

http://www.saveourfarm.com
Chester County, PA Residents
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