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File Monitor Task going into subdirectory chain

 
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rissos



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PostPosted: Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:34 am    Post subject: File Monitor Task going into subdirectory chain Reply with quote

Hi Again,
We are using Automize 9.05 and will soon migrate to last version...

We have the following issue:

We need to monitor files in a structure like this:
MainFolder\AFolder\A\00\ then the files....
MainFolder\AFolder\A\11\
MainFolder\AFolder\B\
MainFolder\AFolder\C\
MainFolder\AFolder\D\
MainFolder\BFolder
MainFolder\CFolder
...
MainFolder\XZFolder

So, A File Monitor Task would be perfect if we could select as "Origin Path" the path to "MainFolder" and then within the task "mark/ or check" a button to "include subdirectories".
This would go into all folders in MainFolder, for each folder, go inside A, B, C, .... folders, and then go inside 00 folder and 11 folder for each possibility.
Is this possible already and we did not see it?
In 9.08 version maybe?
If not, is this a new feature of File Monitor Task that could be added to a future release of Automize?

Thanks in advance!

San
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Robert
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 19, 2011 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Use the Subdirectory loop task . It gives the first level of subdirectories. use second subdirectory loop task to give 2nd level. Then call the file monitor task from either loop task if no subfolders are found.
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