Renaming files using PeopleCode
By Chris Malek | Tue, Jul 5, 2016
Here is a code example of how to use PeopleCode and Java to rename or move a file.
We take a file at
/path/to/file/origFile.txt and move and rename it to
Local string &fileName; &fileName = "/path/to/file/origFile.txt"; Local JavaObject &f = CreateJavaObject("java.io.File", &fileName); local string &newFileName; &newFileName = "/newPath/to/File/Origfile.txt.backup"; Local JavaObject &fBackup = CreateJavaObject("java.io.File", &newFileName); Local boolean &b2; &b2 = &f.renameTo(&fBackup); If &b2 = True Then /* RENAME SUCCESSFUL */ ELSE /* SOMETHING HAPPENED */ END-IF;
I end up using this on inbound file processing where you might pickup a file from a directory and you want to move it to a “processed” folder after you have processed the file. You could also delete the file but then the system that generated it may not have an easy way to regenerate the same file. So archiving the processed file is generally safer in case you need to reprocess or do some debugging.
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