Not sure why I keep getting this I pull the doctors name out using Regex, as a variable of DoctorName is IEnumerable this is what I have
in the for each file in Directory.GetFiles(“files\Output”,“*.pdf”)
to: “files\Output" + DoctorName.ToString.Replace(”",“\”) + “.pdf”
What I am doing is rewriting the PDF with the DoctorName variable
Kindly note: the part with the root Directory (e.g c:) and maybe some sub folders is missing
Use the below expression in To field and try :
Environment.CurrentDirectory+“\files\Output" + DoctorName.ToString.Replace(”_”,“”) + “.pdf”
Make sure u have the right value in DoctorName variable.
When I use the write line I get this in the output
“This is the doctors name” + DoctorName(0).Value
It seems to get the right file to overwrite
what file is this - files\Output\Patient Satisfaction Quarterly Provider 2022_1.pdf
This is what I have in the To: “files\Output" + DoctorName(0).ToString.Replace(”_“,”") + “.pdf”
In your write line you are getting Dr.Smith but in the above expression you are replacing “-”, what is the reason behind this operation? Probably you have to replace"." here
Hey @jeff.shubzda Please give the complete root path in the To property.
Thanks and Regards.
I think the illegal character is this in the string coming out DoctorName = Abichi, Ajay MD
is the comma the issue?
the To: “files\Output" + DoctorName(1).ToString.Replace(”,“,”") + “.pdf”
Put these expressions in write line and share us the output screenshot
Write line 1 : “files\Output" + DoctorName(0).ToString.Replace(“.”,”“) + “.pdf”
Write line 2 : “files\Output” + DoctorName(0).ToString.Replace(”_“,”") + “.pdf”
Thanks for the help the comma was giving me the issues so I cleaned up the data using an assign and used the clean data string to rename the PDF files. "files\Output" + strCleanPath + “.pdf”
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