filter

  • 09 Jul

    List of filename parts to move in a text file with Limagito File Mover

    Q: Is it possible to have a list of filename parts in a text file and use this to move any files whose name matches the whole filename or part file name in a directory? I’ve had a look on the blog but I think that is only for 1 file using a part filename.

    A: In version v2021.7.9.0 we added a new option to achieve this. We added some screenshots to get you started.

    1. Windows Folder as Source. This folder will contain all files. We’ll filter them using information from a seperate text file.

    Limagito File Mover Source Setup

    Our Source folder contains 244 files:

    Limagito File Mover Source Files

    2.Next, please open the Rule Parameters option of this Rule.

    Limagito File Mover Rule Parameters

    Select the text file containing the filename parts we’ll use to filter the files we want to copy. We selected ‘On Rule Begin’ as Load File Mode, so the content of this text will will be reloaded on each Rule Begin. We also enabled ‘Reload only when file content changes’ to prevent unnecessary loading of this file.

    Limagito File Mover File Content Setup

    Content of the text file we’ll use to filter the files we want to copy, it contains parts of filenames.

    Limagito File Mover File Parts as Content Filter

    3. Open the File Filter setup and select ‘File Contents > Include’ Tab. Enable the new option called ‘Add wildcards to File Content Entries in search’.

    When enabled wildcards will be added to each entry of the file content (in memory) during the search.
    i.e.
    Suppose file name found in source folder would be: test.pdf
    And the include FileContent would contain: test
    With this option enabled the file would be picked up because we will check test.pdf with *test*

    Limagito File Mover File Filter Setup

    4. As Destination we also added a Windows Folder:

    Limagito File Mover Destination Setup

    5. RunTime Log Result. Of  the original 244 files in the Source folder, 216 were copied due to the File Content Filter.

    Limagito File Mover RunTime Log Result

    #FileTransfer

    If you need any info about this new ‘List of Filename parts’ option, please let us know.

    Best regards,

    Limagito Team

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  • 16 May

    Q&A 11: Remove info from the RunTime log in LimagitoX File Mover

    Q: For every folder in the source We have a line in the RunTime log at every run saying “adjusting destination path to ” the same folder in one of the 2 destinations, can I remove it?

    A: Yes, this is possible using the ‘Log Exclude Filter’ option.

    1.- Open Logging Setup

    LimagitoX-Logging-Setup

    Please use the ‘Log Exclude Filter’. You can add multiple exclude filter using a semicolon ;

    The Log Exclude Filter is availabe for all other logging options like ‘History Log’, ‘Database Log’, ..

    LimagitoX-Logging-RunTime-LogExclude

    If you need help with the ‘Log Exclude Filter’ please let us know.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

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  • 10 Jan

    Using an absolute date in the Filedate Filter

    Wondering if there is a way to only move files newer than a particular date. I see that I can include or exclude files older than a specific number of days or hours (which are *relative* times), but nothing with specific date/time (*absolute* times).

    We got the following question from  a long time user. We added this option in ‘v11.101.11.0’. This will compare the FileDate with an absolute Date. Option is added in the Include and Exclude Filedate filter. Set the ‘File Date Filter Reference’ to ‘Date Absolute’ to enable this option.

    FileFilter.DateTimeRefAbsolute

    Regards,

    Limagito Team