I need correct syntax for unzipping all file in a particular folder using execut command.
Execute launches a command line statement so it depends on what unzipping software you're using.
Look up the command line parameters for your software (Google should be able to help you out).
If you download winzip for example, the syntax would be:
Execute winzip32 -e [options] filename[.zip] folder
Thanks.but Iam beginner .so will u pls tell me .If i want to unzip a file named example in folder workExample.What is the exact way.Iam using winzip only
I cant use unzip in execute till now.Can anyone provide me with exact syntax with example.
I worked it out.
The syntax is Execute unzip test
(where test is my zip file test.zip)
The following works with 7zip:
execute "c:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" e "C:\QVSource\Temp\My CSV File.zip" -y -oc:\QVSource\Temp
You will need 7zip installed and to change the second two underlined paths to suit your needs.
I know this is an old post but is there to zip files in a macro. I don't want to use a bat file for this
Please help! I use 7zip and I need to export 7zip file when reload in QV.
I use these code:execute "c:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe" e "D:\archive\File_for_export\My CSV File.zip" -y -o D:\archive
Any sugestion,what I do wrong?
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