- Example of extracted path
- Stored path
- Index of files in the archive
<zipArchive variable>.ExtractPath (Function)
In french: <Variable zipArchive>.ExtraitChemin
Returns the path of a file found in the archive. This archive can be in ZIP, CAB, RAR, WDZ or 7z format.
Archive is zipArchive
// Open the archive named "Archive"
ResOpenArchive = Archive.Open("D:\Backups\Backup.zip")
IF ResOpenArchive = 0 THEN
// Find the "File.txt" file
ResFileFound = Archive.FindFile("File.txt")
// File path found
ExtractPath = Archive.ExtractPath(ResFileFound, zipDirectory)
<Result> = <Archive>.ExtractPath(<File index> [, <Path section to extract>])
<Result>: Character string
Requested path section.
<Archive>: zipArchive variable
Name of a variable of type zipArchive corresponding to the archive to use.
<File index>: entier
Index of file in the archive. zipFindFile returns this index.
<Path section to extract>: Optional constant (or combination of constants)
Section of file path to extract:
|zipDirectory||Returns the different directories of the file (the name and the extension of the file are not returned)|
|zipDrive||Returns the unit name only (WDZ format only). This constant has no effect for the archives whose type differs from WDZ. |
|zipExtension||Returns the extension of the file (preceded by ".")|
|zipFilename||Returns the name of the file (without its extension)|
By default, the extracted path corresponds to the stored path.
Example of extracted path
If the stored path is "C:\Temp\Data\File.txt", <zipArchive variable>.ExtractPath returns:
Archives in 7z format
- zipExtension: .txt
- zipFilename: File
- zipDirectory: \Temp\Data\
- zipDrive: C:
- zipFilename+zipExtension: File.txt
- zipDirectory+zipFilename: \Temp\Data\File
: The "\" character (beginning of the path) is not returned.
The table below presents the paths stored in the archive according to:
- the access path to the file,
- the stored path section.
The current directory is: "C:\Temp".
: If the zipDrive
constant is used:
- the WDZ format stores the full path of the file (including the drive letter).
- the ZIP format does not store the drive letter.
- the 7z format stores the directories only.
Index of files in the archive
When a file is added into an archive, an index is automatically assigned to the file. This index corresponds to the order in which the files are included in the archive. To select a file in the archive, you can use:
- the index of the element (the index of an element is returned by zipFindFile).
- the stored path of element.
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