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Further unzip options:



Change the location that your files are extracted to:

In the "Enter Code For Each Target File" text box, find the following line:

%unzipPath% -d -Jhrs <myDosFold><myDosFile> "<myDosFold><myFile>"

If you want your files to be extracted to the same folder that your zip file is in, change the above line to:

%unzipPath% -d -Jhrs <myDosFold><myDosFile> "<myDosFold>"

If any duplicate files are found, you will be asked to overwrite or skip for each file. You can suppress this prompt by changing this line to:

%unzipPath% -d -Jhrs -o <myDosFold><myDosFile> "<myDosFold>"

Note that this will automatically overwrite duplicate files. If you want your files to be extracted to a specific location (for example: "C:\My Documents") then change this line to:

%unzipPath% -d -Jhrs -o <myDosFold><myDosFile> "C:\My Documents"

If your archive requires a password:

In the "Enter Code For Each Target File" text box, find the following line:

%unzipPath% -d -Jhrs <myDosFold><myDosFile> "<myDosFold><myFile>"

Change the above line to:

%unzipPath% -spassword -d -Jhrs <myDosFold><myDosFile> "<myDosFold><myFile>"

Substitute password in the above line with the password that you are using (This assumes that all of your zip files require the same password).

If each of your zip files has a different password then you will need to change -spassword to -s in the line above. Now you will be prompted to enter a password for each file.



Related Topics:
FileMonkey Tutorials
Frequently Asked Questions
UnZipping multiple zip files

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