I’m using a for each file in folder and renaming each file using rename file, it was working before but out of nowhere it started generating the error “Rename File: Could not find a part of the path.”
You need to pass the full path instead of file name
Use current file.tostring instead of currentfile.name
Try with the extension currentfile.name.tostring
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None of the alternatives worked, I also tried to create a variable with the path and test it this way, but it didn’t work, it doesn’t rename
Check the path using message box whether passing correct or not
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Can you check if you are giving the correct full path of the file?
Also you can check whether the variables passing the correct full path of the file?
CurrentFile.FullName is the path and filename. You should get in the habit of using the properties.
He is using CurrentFile.FullName which is the correct property
Put a breakpoint on Rename File, run in debug mode, when it pauses check the panel on the left to see the value of CurrentFile.FullName
You mean you are getting only the fileName? Can you try passing the entire full path of the file and try?
But here, it’s asking the path of the file.
You need to give entire filepath
Hope this may help you
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CurrentFile.FullName is the full path and filename.
CurrentFile.Name is just the filename.
Oh ok I understand. Thanks for sharing knowledge.
This below syntax must be passed in the file field
and please do check the data that being stored in the variables passed in the New Name field.
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No. CurrentFile.FullName is the full path and filename. CurrentFile.Name is just the filename.
@postwick @supriya117 @Srini84 @pravallikapaluri
Guys, I am receiving the correct name of the file in the Message Box, however, it does not rename, before it was renaming normally and the error did not happen.
I’m using CurrentFile.FullName, and I’ve already tested the option mentioned by everyone, but I still get the error.
Is the file read-only? Does someone have the file open?