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    Wanted: SilkTest SYS_CopyFile With Wildcards

    SilkTest's built-in function to copy files do not support wildcards. I was hoping to add a function to my library that can copy multiple files matching a wildcard (such as *).

    I really don't want to write this on my own and was wondering if someone has some code to share for this.

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    Re: Wanted: SilkTest SYS_CopyFile With Wildcards

    Just happened to have written one last month.

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    Re: Wanted: SilkTest SYS_CopyFile With Wildcards

    My function uses xcopy so you not only get to use wildcards but you get all the other xcopy options such as creating the destination dir if it doesn't exist, or copying only files that already exist in destination, etc.

    Hope you find it useful.
    - Jim

    P.S. Can anyone tell me why my attached include file got converted from xcopy.inc to 1045105722.txt?

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    Re: Wanted: SilkTest SYS_CopyFile With Wildcards

    Please disregard the bit about the attached include file being converted. I see that it came through as expected.

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