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execute process task for 7zip to compress files not working properly

Posted on 2013-06-21
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in the General tab of the execute process task ->Process-> executable
I am having this "C:\Program Files\7Zip\7z920.exe"
and under the Process->Arguments I have the below:
a -tzip C:\Temp\test.Zip C:\Temp\test.csv

in the first place it prompts for an install window and then process the task after I hit execute, though it shows that it executed successfully I dont find the xip file in the directory

I tried haveing test.csv/test in the path above but doesn seem to work, please help
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by:Bill Prew
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I would say as a first test do the command on it's own in a DOS prompt window.  Open the command window, and do the following command line and see what it says, and if it creates the zip.

Also, you will need to use the -o command line option to place the created zip in a different folder than the working directory, so try this.

"C:\Program Files\7Zip\7z920.exe" a -tzip -oC:\Temp test.Zip C:\Temp\test.csv

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(I'm assuming the file c:\temp\test.csv exists...)

~bp
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by:Alpesh Patel
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You can get TaskUnZip from codeplex. It's great task to zip and unzip the folders/files with UI.

Zip Unzip
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by:sqlcurious
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Hi Billprew, the same thing happens when I do it through the DOS window, please suggest what to do
Hi PatelAlpesh, I am not able to add the task you suggested, do you have document which suggest the process to add the .dll file, thanks. I am following the below link but doesnt work:
http://agilebi.com/mcole/2009/08/18/adding-custom-components-to-ssis/
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What was the exact commands you entered in the command prompt and what was display when you ran it, exactly as it appeared.

~bp
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the executable I was using was wrong, used the correct executable and it worked
C:\Program Files\7-Zip\7z.exe
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thanks all
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