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Please pardon my noobiness. I am working on backup restore script where a progress bar is required. I have tried using following code which works fine with folders but not really with single file because robocopy
Func CopyFolder($srcDir, $destDir, $part) ;======> $part shows whats being copied (e.g. Desktop, Documents etc.) If StringRight($srcDir, 1) = "\" Then $srcDir = StringLeft($srcDir, StringLen($srcDir) - 1) If Not FileExists($destDir) Then DirCreate($destDir) $srcSize = DirGetSize($srcDir, $DIR_EXTENDED) $1_percent = $srcSize / 100 $cmd = 'C:\Windows\System32\robocopy.exe "' & $srcDir & '" "' & $destDir & '" /E /Z /XO /XX /FFT /XJ /NDL /NJH /FP /ETA /NP /V /R:10 /W:5 /LOG+:"' & $logFile & '" /XF desktop.ini thumbs.db' Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & $cmd, "", @SW_HIDE) Do Sleep(300) Until ProcessExists("robocopy.exe") ProgressOn($part, $1_percent & "%", "", 0, 0, 16) Do $destSize = DirGetSize($destDir, $DIR_EXTENDED) ProgressSet(Round($destSize / $1_percent, 2), Round($destSize / (1024 * 1024), 2) & " MB of " & Round($srcSize / (1024 * 1024), 2) & " MB copied", Round($destSize / $1_percent, 2) & "%") Sleep(200) Until ProcessExists("robocopy.exe") = 0 ProgressOff() FileWriteLine($logFile, @CRLF & @CRLF) EndFunc ;==>CopyFolder Part of the problem is that I need to generate logs of files being copied. One particular problem is firefox profile directory. the directory is named as oi3jdslk.default or asdwdx.new and I need to copy places.sqlite from this directory.
Xcopy manages to copy FROM this directory but not TO this directory because of wildcards
Then I came across this neat script
Func CopyFile($fromFile, $todirectory) Local $FOF_RESPOND_YES = 16 Local $FOF_SIMPLEPROGRESS = 256 $winShell = ObjCreate("shell.application") $winShell.namespace($todirectory).CopyHere($fromFile, $FOF_RESPOND_YES) EndFunc ;==>CopyFile It helped me copy other single files but not the one required from firefox profile folder. Here is how I am trying to process that
$path = @UserProfileDir & "\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\" & $ffDir & "\places.sqlite" CopyFile($path, $BUFolder & "Mozilla") ;===> $BUFolder = "E:\" & @username & " - Backup\" #cs ====================================================== $ffDir is another variable derived from this function. This variable is the gets the default firefox profile to copy places.sqlite from $ffDir is returned as Profiles\xbsen2s.default (Firefox randomizes the profile directory for extra security(?). At least that's what they say. #ce ====================================================== Func FFProfile() Local $iniFile = @UserProfileDir & "\AppData\Roaming\Mozilla\Firefox\profiles.ini" Local $ddNumber Local $ddLine Local $Line If FileExists($iniFile) Then FileOpen($iniFile, 0) For $i = 1 To _FileCountLines($iniFile) $Line = FileReadLine($iniFile, $i) If StringInStr("DEFAULT=1", $Line) Then $ddNumber = $i - 1 ExitLoop ElseIf StringInStr("Name=default", $Line) Then $ddNumber = $i + 2 EndIf Next $ddLine = FileReadLine($iniFile, $ddNumber) $ffDir = StringReplace(StringTrimLeft($ddLine, 5), "/", "\") $ffInstall = 1 Else $ffInstall = 0 EndIf FileClose($iniFile) EndFunc ;==>FFProfile I really like how natural the progress bar from second copy script look like and would like to keep the progress bar uniform across the program. I am willing to learn if anyone can point me in right direction and help me achieve this.
Any help is highly appreciated!!
I just wrote a script that should copy data into my cloud using xcopy (cmd), but I want the Status Bar I have in my GUI to change it's text like that:
working. -> working.. -> working... -> working. ...
I would also like to make a button which interrupts xcopy (simply closing it should do the trick), but I don't know how to call ProcessClose("xcopy.exe") using a button, while I'am waiting for RunWait to finish.
$command = 'xcopy "' & @DesktopDir & '\text.txt"' & ' "\\ADMIN-CLOUD\private\" /EECHIY' $SW_STATE = @SW_HIDE RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c " & '"' & $command & '"', @DesktopDir, $SW_State) Please tell me if you need any further information!
By Tim H.
From within an AutoIt Script, I'm trying to use psexec with system authority to copy files from one place on a remote machine to another. When I issue the necessary command outside of the script (at a command prompt), the command executes properly. Here's the exact one-line command:
psexec \\vmhartlti01 -s XCOPY "C:\temp\hs\Hyperspace POC.lnk" "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Landesk\ManagementSuite\Launchpad\Dept Apps\" /Y
When I try to run the exact same command from within an AutoIt Script, an XCOPY parse error 4 flashes up for a millisecond in the console and the command fails. The command appears to be formed properly in the message box popup.
$cmd = 'psexec \\vmhartlti01 -s XCOPY "C:\temp\hs\Hyperspace POC.lnk" "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Landesk\ManagementSuite\Launchpad\Dept Apps\" /Y' MsgBox(4096, "test", $cmd) $XCopyStatus = Run($cmd, "c:\temp")
The Run command returns the XCOPY PID rather than zero, further obfuscating the problem. I've been working on this for a while now and I think I must be missing something. Does anyone see the problem?
Thanks for your help.