[Solved] Archive - use of filelists - VisualCron - Forum

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agregersen
2008-06-04T23:18:05Z
It would be really great if Archive could use a filelist instead of a filemask til include files into an archive. Then it would be possible to create a list of files based on age or attributes or some other filtering, that isn't posible with a filemask.
Support
2008-06-06T08:56:22Z
We are working on a general filter for all kinds of Tasks which will be used in version 5 of VisualCron. Currently we are looking at the below values - please tell us if you need anything more or can think of anything more that would be interesting.

# file name filter
* File name inclusion mask - "*?" etc or RegEx
* File name exclusion mask - "*?" etc or RegEx
* Case sensitivity

# file content match
File content in text files - "?*" or RegEx match

# date modified or created filter ( do you need AND? )
* NewerThanDate x - specified date or variable
* OlderThanDate x - specified date or variable

# file size
* larger or smaller than x size

# file attributes
* including a list of attributes
* excluding a list of attributes
Henrik
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agregersen
2008-06-06T10:18:13Z
I can't wait for version 5 now. I don't think I need AND.

Support wrote:

We are working on a general filter for all kinds of Tasks which will be used in version 5 of VisualCron. Currently we are looking at the below values - please tell us if you need anything more or can think of anything more that would be interesting.

# date modified or created filter ( do you need AND? )
* NewerThanDate x - specified date or variable
* OlderThanDate x - specified date or variable

agregersen
2008-06-06T12:58:36Z
A process priority on archive would be great so that other tasks are less likely to be influenced by heavy archiving...
Support
2009-01-22T23:24:04Z
The file filter for archive Task is available in the latest beta 4.9.52.
Henrik
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