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How to read .mdb file from shared folder

Hi All,

In one of my local computer I have a shared folder and within the folder I have a .mdb file. Now I am trying to read that file from MII. I have tried with Get_File_List action block. I am providing the following information to Get_File_List

Folder :
<Computer Name>\<Shared Folder Name>

Mask: .mdb

But in return of Get_File_List, I am not getting any file related information. It is only providing like below

<Rowsets>

<Rowset>

<Columns>

<Column Description="Name" MaxRange="0" MinRange="0" Name="Name" SQLDataType="1" SourceColumn="Name"/>

<Column Description="Date" MaxRange="0" MinRange="0" Name="Date" SQLDataType="93" SourceColumn="Date"/>

<Column Description="Size" MaxRange="100" MinRange="0" Name="Size" SQLDataType="4" SourceColumn="Size"/>

<Column Description="LastWriteDate" MaxRange="0" MinRange="0" Name="LastWriteDate" SQLDataType="93" SourceColumn="LastWriteDate"/>

<Column Description="ReadOnly" MaxRange="1" MinRange="0" Name="ReadOnly" SQLDataType="4" SourceColumn="ReadOnly"/>

<Column Description="FullPath" MaxRange="0" MinRange="0" Name="FullPath" SQLDataType="1" SourceColumn="FullPath"/>

</Columns>

</Rowset>

</Rowsets>

Can anybody suggest me how to achieve it.

Thanks in advance

Chandan

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 08:31 AM

    Hi Chandan,

    Specify the mask as *.mdb and try.

    Thanks,

    Dipankar

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