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Thread began 7/03/2009 9:37 am by shaun.andrews | Last modified 7/07/2009 11:13 am by shaun.andrews | 1113 views | 3 replies


Delete Folder

Is it possible to use Digital File Pro's delete function to delete a whole folder (including all of it's contents) rather than specifying a file name?

I have a situation where I want a record and all of the files associated with the record to be deleted at once.
(including the actual folder)

I've since had a play with this tool and it does not appear to be able to do this. If you specify a record set for it to delete it only deletes the first file. Is there a way I can still achieve this?

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