FileCopy Wildcards

The following wildcards may be used within the following boxes:

- Source File,
- Source Folder
- Internet Source
- FTP Folder, FTP File
- Rename Filename
- Destination

%Year% Returns the current year as yyyy
%Year_2% Returns the current year as yy
%Day_Of_Week% Returns the day of week as ddd
%Day_Of_Week_No% Returns the day number in the week (Mon = 1, Tue = 2, Wed = 3, Thu = 4, Fri = 5, Sat = 6, Sun = 7)
%Time% Returns the time in the format of HHmmss
%Time_12% Returns the time in the format of hhmmss t
%MachineName% Returns the Computer Name running FileCopy
%Date% Returns the date in format ddMMyyyy
%USDate% Returns the date in format MMddyyy
%Day% Returns the day number in format dd
%Month% Returns the Month in format MM
%%Week_No%% Returns the calendar week number
%%Week_No_2%% Returns the calendar week number padded with zeros.
%Start_Time%
Returns the start time of the FileCopy Job in format HHmm00
%Start_Time_US% Returns the start time of the FileCopy Job in format hhmm00 t
%Rec_Start_Time% Returns the recording start time of the FileCopy Job in format HHmm00
%Rec_Start_Time_US% Returns the recording start time of the FileCopy Job in format HHmm00 t
{DateReplace} See date format
%SourceFileName% Returns the FileName of the file being processed.
%SourceFileNameNoExtension% Returns the FileName without the extension of the file being processed.
%SourceFilenameExtension% Returns the File extension of the file being processed.
%%Broadcast_Week_No%% Returns the broadcast week numbe. The broadcast week is the Calendar Week - 1
%%Broadcast_Week_No_2%% Returns the broadcast week number padded with zeros. The broadcast week is the Calendar Week - 1

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