SSIS WMI Event Watcher Task and Building WQL Query with SSIS Variable Syntax

I'm trying to build WQL Query very similar to Experts Exchange Topic. I can get it to work with the following hard coded path:
SELECT * FROM __InstanceCreationEvent WITHIN 10 
WHERE TargetInstance ISA "CIM_DirectoryContainsFile" 
and TargetInstance.GroupComponent= "Win32_Directory.Name=\"c:\\\\ArkSS\\\\Job_Files\\\\WIPro\\\\From_WIPro_To_ArkSS\\\\2015\\\\10\""

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BUT.... I need to use a variable Like the one below:
"c:\\\\\\\\ArkSS\\\\\\\\Job_Files\\\\\\\\WIPro\\\\\\\\From_WIPro_To_ArkSS\\\\\\\\"+ (DT_WSTR, 4) YEAR( GETDATE()  )+"\\\\\\\\"+ (DT_WSTR, 2) MONTH( GETDATE() )

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AND... I'm trying to get implement it using:
SELECT * FROM __InstanceCreationEvent WITHIN 10 
WHERE TargetInstance ISA "CIM_DirectoryContainsFile" 
and TargetInstance.GroupComponent= "Win32_Directory.Name=\"+@[User::RetrieveFilePath]+\""

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I get no errors and it runs to find a file... but when I drop a file in the directory it never kicks off.... What am I doing wrong, is my variable syntax wrong?
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LicensesMTIAuthor Commented:
SOLUTION:
"SELECT * FROM __InstanceCreationEvent WITHIN 10
WHERE TargetInstance ISA \"CIM_DirectoryContainsFile\"
and TargetInstance.GroupComponent= \"Win32_Directory.Name=\\\""+REPLACE(@[User::RootPath], "\\", "\\\\\\\\" )+"\\\\\\\\Job_Files\\\\\\\\WIPro\\\\\\\\From_WIPro_To_ArkSS\\\"\""
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