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Rename file and add current date to filename

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svaneenoo

Hi all,

I am trying to copy and rename a file.

This works fine, however, I want to add the current date to the filename.

e.g. docname05/04/10 16:50:23.doc

I am able to get the new name concatenated with the current date in a message box, but it does not work with the filecopy function.

Here is my code. Hope somebody can help me.

I have also attached the script.

#include <Date.au3>

$tCur = _Date_Time_GetSystemTime()
    
If FileExists("C:\Program Files\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform1.exe")=0 Then
FileCopy(@ProgramFilesDir &"\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform.exe",@ProgramFilesDir &"\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform1" &_Date_Time_SystemTimeToDateTimeStr($tCur)& ".exe",0)


Run (@ProgramFilesDir &"\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform1.exe")

Else
    
 Run("C:\Program Files\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform1.exe")

EndIf

uRecord_uPerform.au3

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martin

The destination file name contains spaces so you need to wrap the whole path in quotation marks.

FileCopy(@ProgramFilesDir &"\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform.exe",'"'@ProgramFilesDir &'\Rwd uPerform\Client\bin\uPerform1' &_Date_Time_SystemTimeToDateTimeStr($tCur) & '.exe"',0)

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svaneenoo

Hi,

I have tried your code, but now i am getting syntax errors.

Any suggestion?

Best regards,

Stefaan

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svaneenoo

I shouted too soon.

The file was not created, and the editor returned the following message.

>"C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\SciTE\..\autoit3.exe" /ErrorStdOut "C:\Users\rwd_eenoo\Desktop\uRecord_uPerform.au3"

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