OK I have a snip-it of code that worked fine until I attempted to use it in my main script.
I have determined that the issues are from permissions and I am looking to see if there is an option for DirCopy to allow it to respond yes to any prompts since I have already setup everything around DirCopy it would save me a bit of time.
Here is the snip-it:
Func _Dir_Copy_Progress($sSourceFolder, $sDestFolder)
Local $iSourceSize = DirGetSize($sSourceFolder), $iDestSize
Local $pid = Run(@AutoItExe & ' /AutoIt3ExecuteLine "DirCopy(''' & $sSourceFolder & ''', ''' & $sDestFolder & ''')"')
ProgressOn("Copy Progress", "Please Wait...")
$iDestSize = DirGetSize($sDestFolder)
$ipct = Int(($iDestSize / $iSourceSize) * 100)
ProgressSet($ipct, $ipct & ' percent complete')
Until Not ProcessExists($pid)
Since I have determined that this is a local windows client issue I am tempted to just create a function to take ownership of the local directory so that it doesn't prompt but was looking for the most efficient path first.
Thanks for any assistance...
I'd like to do simple copy of a directory reading an ini for the path.
I'm pretty sure it's not a big deal but for a noob like me... Well I'm looking for a solution since 2 hours now
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> $dircp = IniRead("path.ini", "Path", "path", " ERROR") MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", "path is: : " & $dircp) DirCopy ("Guideone", $dircp) The value returned by iniread is correct, but the dircopy does nothing,
so, here they are.
This peace of code does not work. I'm trying to copy all my usb files to desktop. What is wrong with it?
DirCopy("E:", @DesktopDir & "\Backups\MyWork", $FC_OVERWRITE) ;Tried also this, not working. DirCopy("E:\", @DesktopDir & "\Backups\MyWork\", $FC_OVERWRITE)
I need to make a dircopy function that correctly handle symlink and junction without duplicating files and folder.
Let's try to be more precise
I have the following directory structure
My folder---+ | |-- Local.file (regular file) |-- local folder (regular folder) |-- Target.symlink (symlink to file Local.file) |-- target.folder.symlink (symlink to folder local.folder) |-- target.folder.junction (junction to folder D:\PAC_Launchers\test\local.folder) 22/03/2016 21:42 10 Local.file 22/03/2016 21:41 <REP> local.folder 22/03/2016 21:42 11 Target.file 22/03/2016 21:40 <REP> Target.folder 22/03/2016 15:16 <JONCTION> target.folder.junction [D:\PAC_Launchers\test\local.folder] 22/03/2016 15:15 <SYMLINKD> target.folder.symlink [local.folder] 22/03/2016 07:42 <SYMLINK> Target.symlink [Local.file] To do so, i need to be able to identify that a file or a folder is a Symlink or Junction. And in that case I need to know the target of the symlink or junction.
Does any of you have an idea or a script to do so.