@ ECHO OFF
copy /v "%IP_Path%\Customer.qvd" "%OP_Path%\Customer_%date%_%hr%.qvd"
Hope it helps you..
Could it be that your statement is missing a specified filename like:
Xcopy "D:\QV\Customer.qvd" "E:\QV\Sales\Customer.qvd" /s /i /y
Xcopy "D:\QV\Hier.qvd" "E:\QV\Sales\Hier.qvd" /s /i /y
You can check windows log files for this , please refer the below link
I wouldn't use xcopy if I had to manage larger amounts of copying/moving/deleting tasks or to ensure a stable logging of them. I would use vbs-macros or Robocopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
When i am using the above script am getting msg like this ?
Does D:\QV specify a file name
or directory name on the target
(F = file, D = directory)?
how to resolve this ?
This is a Windows batch message, not a QV message. I believe the earlier postings explain why - XCopy expects a file name or file mask and sees the path you supply as ambiguous. If you check out the xcopy help, you should be able to suppress this message. But I agree with Marcus about using Robocopy or script instead of xcopy.