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We've starting running into issues with our Office migration on a few programs that were written inhouse.  Seems FileSearch is no longer being used.  Dir the only option to get around this?
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Dim Payment(20, 4) As Variant
Set fs = Application.FileSearch
Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
'ArchiveDir = "\\fnbb-nas-1\invdata\pandi\"
'IntraderUPL = "\\fnbb-nas-1\invdata\pandi\" & Format(Now(), "MM-DD-YY") & ".UPL" '
'**CJD 2-14-09
ArchiveDir = "\\fnbb-nas-1\invdata\pandi\"
IntraderUPL = "\\fnbb-nas-1\invdata\pandi\" & Format(Now(), "MM-DD-YY") & ".UPL"

tablename$ = "CusipPayment"
paytablename$ = "Payment"
 
With fs
    .LookIn = "\\fnbb-main-1\Inv\Payments\Work"
    .FileName = "P and I*.*"
    If .Execute > 0 Then
    
        MySql = "delete from CUSIPPAYMENT"
        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
        conntemp.Open myDSN
        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
        Set rstemp = Nothing
        conntemp.Close

        MySql = "dELETE FROM PAYMENT"
        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
        conntemp.Open myDSN
        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
        Set rstemp = Nothing
        conntemp.Close
        
        MsgBox "There were " & .foundfiles.Count & _
        " file(s) found."
        cmd$ = "cmd /c type \\fnbb-main-1\inv\payments\work\P*.* > " & IntraderUPL
        x = Shell(cmd$, vbMaximizedFocus)
        
        fso.copyfile IntraderUPL, "\\fnbbbrinvw5002\imm\"
        
        For i = 1 To .foundfiles.Count
            Open .foundfiles(i) For Input As #1
            While Not EOF(1)
                Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                    Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                End If
                
                If Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "2" Then
                    InvAcct$ = Mid$(Report$, 30, 4)
                ElseIf Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "3" Then
                    Paydate$ = Mid$(Report$, 9, 8)
                    RecDate$ = Mid$(Report$, 26, 8)
                    FunderAcct$ = Mid$(Report$, 42, 9)
                    Funder$ = Mid$(Report$, 52, 8)
                    ReportDate$ = Mid(Report$, 68, 8)
                ElseIf Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "4" Then
                    Cusip$ = Mid$(Report$, 10, 9)
                    
                    
                    SecurityInfo$ = Mid$(Report$, 20, 18)
                    MaturityDate$ = Mid$(Report$, 48, 8)
                ElseIf Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "5" Then
                    ParAmount$ = Mid$(Report$, 13, 18)
                    Rate1$ = Mid$(Report$, 38, 6)
                    CusipPayment$ = Mid$(Report$, 52, 20)
                    Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                    If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                        Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                    End If
                    
                    While Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "A"
                        CusipIncrement = Mid$(Report$, 9, 1)
                        CusipIncrementPayment = CCur(Mid$(Report$, 52, 20))
                        MySql = "INSERT INTO " & tablename$ & " (PAYDATE,RECDATE,FUNDERACCT,FUNDER,REPORTDATE,CUSIP,CUSIPINCREMENT,CUSIPAMOUNT)"
                        MySql = MySql & "VALUES('" & Paydate$ & "','" & RecDate$ & "','" & FunderAcct$ & "','" & Funder$ & "','" & ReportDate$ & "','" & Cusip & "'," & CusipIncrement & "," & CusipIncrementPayment & ")"
                        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
                        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
                        conntemp.Open myDSN
                        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
                        Set rstemp = Nothing
                        conntemp.Close
                        Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                        If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                            Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                        End If
                    Wend
                    
                ElseIf Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "7" Then
                
                
                    TotalPayments = CCur(Mid$(Report$, 52, 20))
                    Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                    If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                        Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                    End If
                    'MsgBox Report$
                    TempPayment = CCur(Mid$(Report$, 52, 20))
                    Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                    If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                        Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                    End If
                    
                    
                    If Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) <> "B" Then
                                        
                        Increment = 1
                        IncrementPayment = TempPayment
                        MySql = "INSERT INTO " & paytablename$ & " (PAYDATE,RECDATE,FUNDERACCT,FUNDER,REPORTDATE,INCREMENT,AMOUNT)"
                        MySql = MySql & "VALUES('" & Paydate$ & "','" & RecDate$ & "','" & FunderAcct$ & "','" & Funder$ & "','" & ReportDate$ & "'," & Increment & "," & IncrementPayment & ")"
                        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
                        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
                        conntemp.Open myDSN
                        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
                        Set rstemp = Nothing
                        conntemp.Close
                    End If
                    
                    While Not EOF(1) And Mid$(Report$, 1, 1) = "B"
                        Increment = CInt(Mid$(Report$, 14, 2))
                        IncrementPayment = CCur(Mid$(Report$, 52, 20))
                        MySql = "INSERT INTO " & paytablename$ & " (PAYDATE,RECDATE,FUNDERACCT,FUNDER,REPORTDATE,INCREMENT,AMOUNT)"
                        MySql = MySql & "VALUES('" & Paydate$ & "','" & RecDate$ & "','" & FunderAcct$ & "','" & Funder$ & "','" & ReportDate$ & "'," & Increment & "," & IncrementPayment & ")"
                        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
                        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
                        conntemp.Open myDSN
                        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
                        Set rstemp = Nothing
                        conntemp.Close
                        Report$ = Input(79, #1)
                        If Mid$(Report$, 1, 8) = "        " Then
                            Report$ = Mid$(Report$, 25, 55) & Input(24, #1)
                        End If
                    Wend
                End If
            Wend
            Close #1
            fso.copyfile .foundfiles(i), ArchiveDir
            fso.deletefile .foundfiles(i)
NextFile:
        Next i
        'Now run the Future Items stored procedure to move warehoused items paying today into the current payments and
        'to move future items into the warehouse.
        MySql = "exec Future_Items"
        myDSN = "DSN=PandI"
        Set conntemp = CreateObject("adodb.connection")
        conntemp.Open myDSN
        Set rstemp = conntemp.Execute(MySql)
        Set rstemp = Nothing
        conntemp.Close
        
        DoCmd.TransferText acExportFixed, "MGPI Export", "dbo_Payment Query", "\\fnbb-main-1\inv\payments\work\mgpi.txt"
        fso.copyfile "\\fnbb-main-1\inv\payments\work\mgpi.txt", "\\fnbb-main-1\inv\payments\work\mgpi.dat"
        fso.deletefile "\\fnbb-main-1\inv\payments\work\mgpi.txt"
        DoCmd.OpenReport "Payments Report"
        DoCmd.OpenReport "CUSIP Payments Report"
        DoCmd.OpenReport "Future Payments Report"
        MsgBox "Done"
    Else
        x = MsgBox("There were no files found.", vbCritical)
    End If
End With
Close #1

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Here are some alternatives.  Lots of code samples.

http://allenbrowne.com/ser-59.html
http://advisor.com/doc/16279
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filesearch has been removed so the alternative is to use filesystemobject or the dir command as you stated
this is the suggestion from ms also http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935402 which confirms the removal of filesearch
the ms link also provides links with examples to the 2 alternatives
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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