Batch or windows command: zip subfolders automatically

Hello Experts,

I have a FolderA which contains :
-Subfolder1
-Sufolder2
-Subfolder3

I am looking for a command line or a windows batch in order to automatically zip (with zip extension the various folders located in FolderA.

The idea is to have:
-Subfolder1.zip
-Sufolder2.zip
-Subfolder3.zip

Application that I use to zip file is 7-zip.

If you have questions, please contact me.

Thank you very much for your help.
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Adjust the SET lines near the top as needed and give this a try.

@echo off
setlocal

rem Define folder to process and location of 7-zip exe file
set BaseDir=B:\EE\EE29072200\base
set ZipExe=c:\_pf\7-zip\7z.exe

rem If base directory not found quit
if not exist "%BaseDir%\" (
  echo.*ERROR* - Base directory not found [%BaseDir%].
  exit /b
)

rem If zip program not found quit
if not exist "%ZipExe%" (
  echo.*ERROR* - Zip program not found [%ZipExe%].
  exit /b
)

rem process each folder under the base folder
for /d %%D in ("%BaseDir%\*.*") do (

    rem ZIP each folder into a ZIP file in base folder
    echo *INFO* - Creating ZIP file [%%~nD.zip].
    "%ZipExe%" a "%%~D.zip" "%%~D\*.*" -r -tzip 1>NUL

)

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Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
Not batch but have a look at CircularLogFileArchiver. The main principle is the same
https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/29108/Log-file-problem-CircularLogArchiver.html
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