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Copy File

Copy File

Copy File

Has anyone ever seen or used a copyfile function in PeopleCode before?  I'm in need of knowing how to copy a file from one location to another, but can't seem to find a PeopleCode function that can do this for me.  Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place...(?)  Maybe there's some other function that can be used to emulate this functionality.  Please let me know...


RE: Copy File

/* to move a file to another directory */
   &STR_COMMAND = "cmd /c MOVE /Y ";
   &STR_COMMAND = &STR_COMMAND | " """ | &filepath| "Processed\" | &STR_FILENAME | """";
   Exec(&STR_COMMAND, %Exec_Asynchronous + %FilePath_Absolute);

Maybe you van use this?

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