# Re: copy bat

• From: "Pegasus \(MVP\)" <I.can@xxxxxxx>
• Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 18:33:32 +0100

I can't tell - you must, of course, post the command you used!

"luca" <luca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I have download xxcopy. Then I put in c:\andrea (source) 3 files created
in
2006 year. Then I have runa script, but in the d:\Backup folder I have not
looked the 3 files created in 2006 and these file have more that 7
days...or
not?

Thank's
Luca

"Pegasus (MVP)" wrote:

I don't know what "logparser" is. If this was my machine then
I would use a script like this one:

@echo off
set Age=7
set Source=c:\Andrea
set Target=d:\Backup\
xxcopy /db#%Age% /s /d /c /y "%Source%" "%Target%"

"luca" <luca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Ok . I try, sorry for my english...
I must copy file more old of 7 days . For this I use logparser with
this
scipt:

logparser "select path from c:\test\*.* where
div(sub(to_int(system_date()),to_int(to_date(creationtime))),86400)>7"
-i:FS
-q:on

The result og logparser must be copied in another folder. Iwould use
this

for /F %i in ('logparser "select path from c:\andrea\*.* where
div(sub(to_int(system_date()),to_int(to_date(creationtime))),86400)>7"
-i:FS
-q:on'

But when I save this script as .bat or .cmd I have an error when I
lunch.
So I think if I write this one:

for /F %i in ('logparser "select path from c:\andrea\*.* where
div(sub(to_int(system_date()),to_int(to_date(creationtime))),86400)>7"
-i:FS
-q:on'>>test.bat

The result of logparser go in the .bat file. But then how make the copy
from
test.bat file?

Thank's a lot

Luca

"Pegasus (MVP)" wrote:

"luca" <luca@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Sorry,
one questions.
I would copy a file that are in the bat file. For example if I open
my
bat
file I look this:

C:\test1
C:\test\test2

etc.

I Would copy this file (by batch or script) in another destination.
Is
it
possible?

Thank's
luca

It's probably possible but I am unable to understand your

.

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