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Eric Chang

Dear All

I try to use AUTOIT to fetch the last modified time of some files

But with this code , I got nothing output with var $t , $t1

the c:\erp\pbd.txt does exists and contain correct datas .

and I do not know what`s wrong ?

Please help , thanks .

#include <file.au3>
If FileExists("c:\erp\pbd.txt") Then
    FileDelete("c:\erp\pbd.txt")
EndIf

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c" & "dir /b c:\erp\*.pbd >> c:\erp\pbd.txt",'', @SW_HIDE)

$count_lines = _FileCountLines("c:\erp\pbd.txt")

$file = FileOpen("c:\erp\pbd.txt", 0)
$i = 1
While $i <= $count_lines
    $line = FileReadLine($file)
    
    $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0)

        $t1 = FileGetTime("\\erp-server\erp\pbd\" & $line ,0)
    
    $i=$i+1
WEnd
FileClose($file)

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Dear All

I try to use AUTOIT to fetch the last modified time of some files

But with this code , I got nothing output with var $t , $t1

the c:\erp\pbd.txt does exists and contain correct datas .

and I do not know what`s wrong ?

Please help , thanks .

#include <file.au3>
If FileExists("c:\erp\pbd.txt") Then
    FileDelete("c:\erp\pbd.txt")
EndIf

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c" & "dir /b c:\erp\*.pbd >> c:\erp\pbd.txt",'', @SW_HIDE)

$count_lines = _FileCountLines("c:\erp\pbd.txt")

$file = FileOpen("c:\erp\pbd.txt", 0)
$i = 1
While $i <= $count_lines
    $line = FileReadLine($file)
    
    $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0)

        $t1 = FileGetTime("\\erp-server\erp\pbd\" & $line ,0)
    
    $i=$i+1
WEnd
FileClose($file)
Hi there,

1st - where is $line?

2nd - try this to use Ubound

Cheers

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Dear All

I try to use AUTOIT to fetch the last modified time of some files

But with this code , I got nothing output with var $t , $t1

the c:\erp\pbd.txt does exists and contain correct datas .

and I do not know what`s wrong ?

Please help , thanks .

#include <file.au3>
If FileExists("c:\erp\pbd.txt") Then
    FileDelete("c:\erp\pbd.txt")
EndIf

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c" & "dir /b c:\erp\*.pbd >> c:\erp\pbd.txt",'', @SW_HIDE)

$count_lines = _FileCountLines("c:\erp\pbd.txt")

$file = FileOpen("c:\erp\pbd.txt", 0)
$i = 1
While $i <= $count_lines
    $line = FileReadLine($file)
    
    $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0)

        $t1 = FileGetTime("\\erp-server\erp\pbd\" & $line ,0)
    
    $i=$i+1
WEnd
FileClose($file)
I do not see anywhere in your script how you handle the received information in variable $t and $t1 ...

Hi there,

1st - where is $line?

2nd - try this to use Ubound

Cheers

1st = The line below while ?

2nd = Ubound on what ?


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Eric Chang

I do not see anywhere in your script how you handle the received information in variable $t and $t1 ...

yap , sorry , I deleted one more line ....

the code should be like this .....

#include <file.au3>
If FileExists("c:\erp\pbd.txt") Then
    FileDelete("c:\erp\pbd.txt")
EndIf

RunWait(@ComSpec & " /c" & "dir /b c:\erp\*.pbd >> c:\erp\pbd.txt",'', @SW_HIDE)

$count_lines = _FileCountLines("c:\erp\pbd.txt")

$file = FileOpen("c:\erp\pbd.txt", 0)
$i = 1
While $i <= $count_lines
    $line = FileReadLine($file)
    
    $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0)

        $t1 = FileGetTime("\\erp-server\erp\pbd\" & $line ,0)
    msgbox(4096,"title",$t)
    $i=$i+1
WEnd
FileClose($file)

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PsaltyDS

FileGetTime() returns an array be default, unless you add the "format flag":

; $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0)
    $t = FileGetTime("c:\erp\" & $line, 0, 1)

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