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Sharepoint 1013 dir output

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Hello,

Is there a way to get the DIR output on a SharePoint 2013 Web part?
I tried to use CMD to do a dir > c:\text.txt but did not work.

Thank you,
RS
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by:Walter Curtis
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To be honest, I don't understand what you are trying to do. If you would provide some more information it would be helpful.
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by:Rad1
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Hello,

Hope this clears out the confusion:
in MS DOS we can type Dir c:\ > c:\text.log and get the dir output inside the log.

I am looking for a similar way to get the dir of a SharePoint or in other way I want a text list of the folders I have in one of the SharePoint page.

DO I have to use PowerShell to get a list of the content of a SharePoint page? Is this the only way?

Thanks,
Rad
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Keep in mind that SharePoint content is not stored in the servers file system, but is stored in a content database. PowerShell could be used to create a text based list of folders. If Dir should be used, you could connect to the SharePoint document library via a network drive with a drive letter, and the Dir would maybe work, never tried it or had a need to, but give it a try!

Hope that helps
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