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Ontosy

FileSetTime work and not

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I use

$a=FileSetTime("C:\Foglio\Italia\Pino Daniele\Sara.mp3", "20090419184237" , 0 , 1)

$a return 0 and the filestamp is not modified.

no problem whit

$a=FileSetTime("c:\Foglio\aa.log", "20090419184237" , 0 , 1)

Why?

Edited by Ontosy

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Probably something to do with the file path.

Learn to add checking to your scripts.

$sFile = "C:\Foglio\Italia\Pino Daniele\Sara.mp3"
If FileExists($sFile) Then
    $a = FileSetTime( $sFile, "20090419184237" , 0 , 1)
Else
    MsgBox(0, "Error", "The file path is not correct")
EndIf

You may also want to look at using FileGetShortName()

$a = FileSetTime(FileGetShortName($sFile), "20090419184237" , 0 , 1)


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$a = FileSetTime(FileGetShortName($sFile), "20090419184237" , 0 , 1)

Ty, but not solve.

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What happened when you ran the code I gave you?


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FileExist return 1

but

FileSetTime(FileGetShortName( return 0

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Then for some reason the timestamp can't be changed on that file. Is it in use by anything?


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Is it in use by anything?

Not

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

With the same file,

if I rename a file in a folder-level work, fe:

c:\test\test.txt

if I hand in renaming a folder down does not work, fe:

c:\test\test2\test.txt

no problem with NirCmd

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