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Hi,

Had a script done by RSampson last week that stripped a file and created a new file whenever it found |2102| in the Years column.  Problem is it runs on all files in a directory but the Years column is not always in the same column.  Additionally a data value could be 2012 also as I found out.  Thus I need some tweaks.  You will see below that the 2nd row of data contains |2012| however that's Units and not Years.  Thus current script grabbed that row which is a problem I didn't forsee.  So is there a way I can define which column to search for 2012 for each file?  So somewhere in the script I can list out the filenames and which column to look for 2012 in?  

Style 01 7 75 756 03 01 899833|Fiscal Rcpt Feb|MdseTyp F|2012|1938|6143.46|445.74|25174.6200000000|0.00|651193

Style 01 7 75 756 03 01 899833|Fiscal Rcpt Jan|MdseTyp F|2011|2012|6378.04|462.76|26135.8800000000|0.00|651194
splice.vbs
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Here's the list of filenames and the column I need to search for 2012 in.
filenames-and-years-column.xlsx
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Sample files
Load.zip
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try this script please. it uses additional file with filenames and columns definition (csv version of filenames-and-years-column.xlsx)
also I put found and not found result files in separate folder to prevent results scanning on second run.
splice.vbs
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I get an error:


D:\AppFiles\SDS\SDS_Retail_R3\Data\Working\DataFiles\Spliced\VB>cscript splice.v
bs > splice.log
D:\AppFiles\SDS\SDS_Retail_R3\Data\Working\DataFiles\Spliced\VB\splice.vbs(1, 15
) Microsoft VBScript compilation error: Expected end of statement


D:\AppFiles\SDS\SDS_Retail_R3\Data\Working\DataFiles\Spliced\VB>
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Never mind.. hold on a sec
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Perfect.  Both the DOS and VB results are identical.  Thanks much!!!!
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