renaming multiple files in separate folder in same directory

Hi,
I have 2 files in several directories

directory is C:\Data
folders are

Data_DM_UN_20120312-1654
in folder are 2 csv files
            current.csv
           active.csv
Data_DM_UN_20120501-2114
in folder are 2 csv files
            current.csv
           active.csv
I want to rename the csv files in each folder in directory is C:\Data to part of the folders name, when done the csv files should be

Data_DM_UN_20120312-1654
            current_20120312-1654.csv
           active_20120312-1654.csv
Data_DM_UN_20120501-2114
in folder are 2 csv files
            current_20120501-2114.csv
           active_20120501-2114.csv

how do I do this in dos or bat file?  thanks
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ibrahim52Team LeaderCommented:
Its free but check if it helps. Good luck.

http://www.bulkrenameutility.co.uk/Main_Intro.php
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ReneGeCommented:
I am a big fan of http://www.bulkrenameutility.co.uk/Main_Intro.php.

However, this application may require to many manual intervention.

I just scripted a batch file that, under your parameters, will do exactly what you asked for.

Make sure you test it before doing it for real.

Enjoy!


@ECHO OFF

SET Directory=C:\Data

REM RENAMING FILES
   FOR /D %%A in ("%Directory%\*") do (
      REM DEFINING NEW NAME SUFFIX
      FOR /f "tokens=4 delims=_" %%B in ("%%~nA") do (
         REM FINDING FILES TO BE RENAMED
         FOR %%C in ("%%~fA\*.*") do (
            ECHO RENAMING "%%~C"
            ECHO TO: "%%~nC_%%B%%~xC"
            REN "%%~C" "%%~nC_%%B%%~xC"
            ECHO.
         )
      )
   )

PAUSE
EXIT
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ReneGeCommented:
And it's short version would be:

@ECHO OFF
SET Directory=C:\Data
FOR /D %%A in ("%Directory%\*") do FOR /f "tokens=4 delims=_" %%B in ("%%~nA") do (
   FOR %%C in ("%%~fA\*.*") do REN "%%~C" "%%~nC_%%B%%~xC"
)
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ReneGeCommented:
For last, here is what I did to test my script:

@ECHO OFF

REM WILL CREATE A SUBFOLDER NAMED DATA IN THE SAME FOLDER AS THE BATCH FILE
SET Directory=%~dp0Data

IF EXIST "%Directory%" RD /s /q "%Directory%"
MD "%Directory%"

REM CREATING TEST FOLDERS
   SET Folder=%Directory%\Data_DM_UN_20120312-1654
   IF NOT EXIST "%Folder%" MD "%Folder%"
   ECHO TEST>"%Folder%\current.csv"
   ECHO TEST>"%Folder%\active.csv"

   SET Folder=%Directory%\Data_DM_UN_20120501-2114
   IF NOT EXIST "%Folder%" MD "%Folder%"
   ECHO TEST>"%Folder%\current.csv"
   ECHO TEST>"%Folder%\active.csv"

REM RENAMING FILES
   FOR /D %%A in ("%Directory%\*") do FOR /f "tokens=4 delims=_" %%B in ("%%~nA") do (
         FOR %%C in ("%%~fA\*.*") do REN "%%~C" "%%~nC_%%B%%~xC"
   )

EXIT
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ReneGeCommented:
Glad I could help and thanks for the points.

Cheers,
Rene
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