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Robocopy - Status Message

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Hi

I have writen a robocopy script and AutoIT script to show the detailes of the copy.

robolog

RunWait(@ComSpec & ' /C ' & "c:\robocopy\RobocopyScript.cmd")  
$FilePath = "C:\robocopy\logs\robocopylog.txt"
$sRead = FileRead($FilePath)
$7Lines = StringTrimLeft($sRead, StringInStr($sRead, @CRLF, "", -7)+1)

MsgBox(0, "Backup of My documents:", "Backup Status:"  & @LF & @LF & "               Total    Copied   Skipped  Mismatch    FAILED    Extras" & @LF & $7Lines & @LF & @LF & "Message: Verfied that files are copied")

robocopyscript.cmd

robocopy "C:\copytest" "C:\copytest2" /MIR /V /NP /LOG:c:\robocopy\logs\robocopylog.txt /R:15 /W:53

Rbocopy Log

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Total Copied Skipped Mismatch FAILED Extras

Dirs : 17 0 17 0 0 0

Files : 358 0 358 0 0 0

Bytes : 147.82 m 0 147.82 m 0 0 0

Times : 0:00:01 0:00:00 0:00:00 0:00:01

Ended : Mon Dec 06 10:30:40 2010

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As you see in dialog box that the numbers is not correct aligned with the category. Is there some way to fix this?! Or maybe somebody got a smarter way to build it?

This is my first script, and yes it’s a bit messy :graduated:

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Here is a quick way to line stuff out using @TAB.

You could also try making a simple GUI and use something like a ListView to display the data.

Local $data = "Total Copied Skipped Mismatch FAILED Extras" & @CRLF _
& "Dirs : 17 0 17 0 0 0" & @CRLF _
& "Files : 358 0 358 0 0 0" & @CRLF _
& "Bytes : 147.82 m 0 147.82 m 0 0 0" & @CRLF _
& "Times : 0:00:01 0:00:00 0:00:00 0:00:01" & @CRLF & @CRLF _
& "Ended : Mon Dec 06 10:30:40 2010"



$data = StringReplace($data," m","m",0,1)
$data = StringReplace($data," :",":")
$data = @TAB & StringReplace($data," ",@TAB)
MsgBox(0,"test",$data)

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Thanks Tvern :graduated:

RunWait(@ComSpec & ' /C ' & "c:\robocopy\RobocopyScript.cmd")  
$FilePath = "C:\robocopy\logs\robocopylog.txt"
$sRead = FileRead($FilePath)
$7Lines = StringTrimLeft($sRead, StringInStr($sRead, @CRLF, "", -8)+1)

$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines," m","m",0,1)
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines," :",":")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines," ","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines,"__","_")
$7Lines = @TAB & StringReplace($7Lines,"_",@TAB)

MsgBox(0,"Backupstatus",@TAB & "Folder Syncronization status report:" & @CRLF & @TAB & "-------------------------------------------------------------------------" & @CRLF & $7Lines)

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Looks like you're trying to get rid of multiple white spaces. You could probably do it in less lines with StringRegExpReplace, or StringStripWS.

I think StringRegExpReplace is more likely to give the right result, but it's easier for StringStripWS to make an example. Here's an untested suggestion.

RunWait(@ComSpec & ' /C ' & "c:\robocopy\RobocopyScript.cmd")  
$FilePath = "C:\robocopy\logs\robocopylog.txt"
$sRead = FileRead($FilePath)
$7Lines = StringTrimLeft($sRead, StringInStr($sRead, @CRLF, "", -8)+1)

$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines," m","m",0,1)
$7Lines = StringReplace($7Lines," :",":")
$7Lines = StringStripWS($7Lines,4) ;strips multiple white space
$7Lines = @TAB & StringReplace($7Lines," ",@TAB)

Of coarse if your script works you can just leave it at that.

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